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CCP Unit 3 Review
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What is the Aspire test?
A standardized test kids 3rd-10th grades take to test math, english, reading, writing, and science
How does the Aspire test relate to the ACT test?
Prepares you for the actual ACT and has same subjects and alike content
What are the benefits of taking the Aspire test?
-measure your college career readiness
-you dont have to study anything new; is based on what youve already been taught
-gives you career guidance
What subjects are tested on the Aspire test?
english, math, reading, writing, science
What is the structure of the Aspire test?
-tests students in english, reading writing, math, science
-9th-10th graders have 4h10m to take test
-multiple choice, sorting, long answer questions
-computer or paper
-can use four function, scientific, or graphing calculators
How does the Aspire test give feedback for career planning?
it measures your college and career readiness and shows career options in the subject you excel best in in the ACT website
What are effective ways to prepare for the ACT?
take the Aspire Test in 10th grade
What is the PSAT?
a similar test to the SAT designed to prepare you and practice the SAT
How does the PSAT relate to the SAT?
Has similar questions and content to help prepare you for the SAT
What are the benefits of taking the PSAT?
-offers feedback on your strengths and weaknesses in reading, writing and math
-shows your performance on a standardized test for college admission
-increases chances of a high SAT score by familiarizing you with the content
-have colleges send you their info
-you have free access to MyRoad
-gives you opportunity to enter NMSC scholarship programs
What subjects are tested on the PSAT?
reading, writing, math
What is the structure of the PSAT?
-2h45m to complete test
-160-760 in each section
-320-1520 in all
-test score of 8-38
What are the steps you should complete before taking a college standardized test?
-devote time every week to study
-take advantage of the sample questions
-spend extra time focusing on subjects you struggle with
-dont stay up late cramming the night before
What are the guidelines that will help you determine correct answers when interpreting multiple-choice questions?
-lengthy or highly specific answers are usually correct
-be aware of words like "always", "never", "only" and "must"
-be aware of all questions with negative wording, or double or triple negatives
-be aware of "best", "most", or "most likely"
-be aware of grammatical inconsistencies between the question stem and the answer choice
-dates, names, and places dont make the answer correct
Should you have to guess, what are some techniques that will make it more likely that your guesses yield correct answers?
-correct answer is often more carefully stated or lengthy or more specific
-a positive statement is more likely to be correct than a negative statement
-there are usually more C answers in a five-choice multiple-choice test
- if the last word in the question stem starts with an "a", the answer must start with a consonant. if it starts with an "an", the answer must begin with a vowel
-go with your gut; you first guess is most likely the correct one
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