STAAR Test is round the corner. Most schools have already started taking the tests. In such a scenario, it’s the parents who have to play an important role in helping their children succeed. Here are some tips for all parents out there, on how to help your child score good grades in the STAAR Test:
Make your kids understand the importance of STAAR. Talk to them about what the test is all about, what they can expect in the test and how is it different from normal routine tests.
Go through some sample tests and see what kind of questions is awaiting your child. If you have a fair idea about the type of questions, your child will obviously feel relaxed.
Always support your child. Simply telling them that they make you proud and they will make can bring about a big
High school entrance exams such as SAT, ACT, COOP and HSPT have an important place in the education life of every student. After all, these tests can get them admission into their favorite high school. If you are also preparing for the upcoming high school exams, then there are certain things that you must keep in mind. Here are a few tips that you must keep in mind if you are appearing for SAT/ACT/COOP/HSPT:
Fall in Love with Books: SAT includes the sentence completion section which aims at testing your vocabulary. In order to score high, it’s important that you are aware with as many words as possible. To do so it is important that you read, read and read more.
Don’t be a Pressure Cooker: Don’t pressurize yourself much. Take time out from studies and do something that you love.
New security concerns has been taken in place of general identity card which were being existence once 20 people got caught for doing illegal enhance at admission process for college studies.
Now the new process would be: Admit card should have a printed photograph of appearing candidates which will be checked at the time of examination which will be cross verified by examiner during ACT/SAT examination and after declaration of result at the time of admission it will be again cross verified by the admission counselor. The admission counselor will get details from college admission office and will cross check with the admit card present with the candidate.