How to pass the state test is straightforward: Perform above the minimum passing score.
Self-motivated, independent learners, however, don’t settle for the minimum. They challenge themselves to go well above and far beyond squeaking by. And their scores on standardized state tests and college entrance exams are important measures of their achievement.
Now that those tests are looming over the academic landscape, it’s time to review some state testing tips for parents and students. Students who start studying early can potentially avoid the stress and anxiety of cramming and build up their confidence to hit the ground running on test day.
Connections Academy students have a built-in advantage. Working with their parents and Learning Coaches, they can use the flexibility of their daily school schedules to build in time for some important test prep.