Standardized Testing Article Archive
- Promote Reading, Reduce TV Time To Boost Test ScoresWhat’s the secret to a perfect score on a college admission test? Reading.
- Disabled Teenagers May Need Special Test AccommodationsTeens today have to take many important tests—from college entrance exams to state tests.
- Aptitude and Achievement Tests DefinedTesting is a fact of life for schools today. As a parent, you may wonder about the different types of tests your child takes.
- Help Your Child Reduce Test StressIt’s normal for kids to worry about tests, but worrying too much can be bad for kids and their grades. Here’s how to tell if your child has text anxiety and what you can do about it.
- Tips for Teens Who Get Stuck on TestsSmart students don’t always know the answer on tests. But they are resourceful.
- Help Your Child Focus, Stay Calm While Taking TestsEven a student who is prepared for a test can do worse than expected if he has a poor attitude.
- Help Your Child Do Well on Year-End TestsAs the school year draws to a close, many students stress out over tests.
- Overcome ‘Stage Fright’ With a Dose Of Self-EsteemHere are some ways teens can overcome stage fright.
- Start Studying Early for TestsYour child already knows if there’s a test next week. Encourage her to begin studying now.
- Basic Concepts for Good Test-TakingTests aren’t the only measure of learning, but they are a big part of school.
- Show Your Child How To Prepare for Final ExamsMiddle schoolers can become quite anxious about final exams. This can keep them from doing well on them.
- Constant Review Can Help Your Child Ace TestsThe secret to acing tests is training the brain. And the best training is constant review.
- Taking Tests Can Be Less Stressful With PreparationNow that your child is in middle school, he will face tougher, more comprehensive exams.
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