Most of us enjoy tests outside of school. That’s why people work puzzles, play chess, or shoot baskets. “It’s only in school that people dislike tests,” they say.
They offer what they call the “Two ‘Be’s for ‘A’s” on tests: Be Prepared and Be Positive. Being prepared means making sure your child studies regularly. It also means trying different ways to study material. Make posters, create diagrams, and ask questions.
Having a positive attitude is important, too. Tell your child that tests give her a chance to show off what she’s learned.
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