High stakes standardized tests are a reality of public education today, so it's more important than ever for students to learn to how take tests. It requires practice, self-confidence and technique.
Preparation Is Key
Suggest that your child utilize the following study tips:
Build Your Child's Confidence
You can help your child become a successful test-taker by building her self-esteem and providing guidance in these ways:
Taking the Test
Don't be surprised if your child has the jitters on test day. The following test-taking tips will help her stay calm:
Remember, it's your child's overall effort that counts. Help him put test results in perspective by reminding him that, although one test may be important, it is just one measurement of his capabilities and not the last test he is going to take. Children should learn from their mistakes, and develop test-taking strategies to help them prepare, relax and do better next time.
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The CLEP program was created to be a way that students could get college credit for previous knowledge without having to take the course. By spending a little over $100, most people can get credit for a semester of college in one course.
College Level Examination Program of CLEP exams allows learners of any age the opportunity to demonstrate college level of knowledge through successfully passing a course examination. The learner can take an exam which may be computer based or paper based, depending on the test and the testing center.
Get some tips for CLEP test preparation so that you can get the score you need the first time you take it.