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The combination of the high stakes of standardized tests and time pressure makes it very difficult for some students to show their best work in a testing situation. Prioritizing your study time and test taking approach based on your Mindprint profile will lead... View More

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Standardized Test Prep Social-Emotional Learning/Growth Mindset Universal Design for Learning Middle/High School Strategy Flexible Thinking
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Skimming the questions before reading the passage can provide good cues into where you should put your focus. How to Apply It! 1) Start with a quick preview of the questions. Remember your only goal is to answer the questions correctly, not to have a deep r... View More

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Standardized Test Prep Middle/High School Strategy Flexible Thinking

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Organization Working Memory Attention Verbal Memory Processing Speed
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Taking standardized tests requires you to juggle and manage a lot of information at one time, which can be especially challenging under timed conditions. You need to read the question, decide how to approach it and then figure out a solution, all while keeping... View More

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Standardized Test Prep Middle/High School Strategy Flexible Thinking

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Working Memory
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Staying focused through a standardized test is challenging, especially because of the high pressure of timed conditions. As a result, students with attention challenges might not finish or show their best work; alternatively, students might work too quickly an... View More

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Standardized Test Prep Middle/High School Strategy Flexible Thinking

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Self-regulation Organization Attention
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On standardized tests, students must work efficiently through a variety and somewhat random ordering of problem types, some of which are intended to be novel. You need to quickly identify the best strategy for the specific problem and then readily adapt if you... View More

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Standardized Test Prep Middle/High School Strategy Flexible Thinking

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Flexible Thinking Self-regulation
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Spatial perception can affect how efficiently you are able to work back-and-forth from test booklet to answer key, as well as finding the correct bubble. Spatial perception also can be important in specific topics such as geometry, trigonometry and understandi... View More

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Standardized Test Prep Middle/High School Strategy Flexible Thinking

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Visual Discrimination Spatial Perception
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Understanding your strengths and needs will help you prioritize your studying and ultimately show your best performance. How to Apply It! 1) Take your first practice test and self-evaluate. Which sub-tests or problem types were easiest for you? Which felt ... View More

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Social-Emotional Learning/Growth Mindset Standardized Test Prep Middle/High School Strategy Flexible Thinking

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Self-regulation
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Optimize your score by prioritizing which order you will read the passages based on how many passages you think you can finish accurately, your interest in the passage content in and the complexity of the graphs and charts in the passage. How to Apply It! 1)... View More

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Standardized Test Prep Middle/High School Strategy Flexible Thinking

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Flexible Thinking Attention Verbal Reasoning Abstract Reasoning Processing Speed Spatial Perception