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How to Help Your Teen Succeed on the SAT Math Exam

  By Kathryn (Bell) Gomes As a senior in high school I was guaranteed a full-tuition scholarship to Eastern University before I even officially applied.  It wasn’t because of my rigorous course load, well-written application essay, or volunteer service.  The scholarship was based solely on my SAT scores. You might disagree with this snapshot approach Read More...

Standardized Testing: The G,B, & U Part II

If you are required or decide to participate in standardized achievement testing, then here are tips for getting the most accurate results possible: Please see prior post that emphasizes the validity and reliability issues with these tests.  Even if you use all the tips that follow, your results are still not as accurate as your Read More...

Standardized Testing: The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly

It’s testing season again in Pennsylvania.  Over the next six weeks, I will administer or provide materials for testing more than 300 homeschooled students in PA.  Why? Because it is the law here.  Fortunately, it is only required for grades 3rd, 5th and 8th and there is nothing in the law that says students have to score at Read More...