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Identify and label the problem type on math and science sections before you jump in, to help you choose the best strategy. Identify before Solving 1) The math section assesses a wide range of skills in varied order. It might help you to so first identify t... View More

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Standardized Test Prep Middle/High School Strategy Flexible Thinking
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Identifying grammar errors on the English (ACT) and Writing & Language (SAT) can be visually exhausting and a burden on working memory, even if you know your grammar rules well. How to Apply It! 1) Quickly read the question. If the grammar mistake is not i... View More

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Standardized Test Prep Middle/High School Strategy Flexible Thinking

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Working Memory Attention Processing Speed
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You will need to use some trial-and-error to find the most efficient way for you to attack the Reading section. These strategies will help you determine what works best for you. General Time Saving Reminders 1) You do not need to read for deep meaning or un... View More

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Standardized Test Prep Middle/High School Strategy Flexible Thinking

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Flexible Thinking Verbal Reasoning Abstract Reasoning Processing Speed
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Practice strategies to help with test mechanics on the English section. General Answer Sheet Mechanics 1) Learn and become comfortable with the standard bubble format of the test. Get practice bubble sheets if you need them. 2) Fold over the test booklet ... View More

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Standardized Test Prep Middle/High School Strategy Flexible Thinking

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Flexible Thinking Working Memory Spatial Perception
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For students who have difficulty writing neatly at the same pace as their peers, typing might be a better option so they do not miss important information or have difficulty finishing. How to Apply It! 1) Parents and teachers should discuss the trade-offs... View More

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Writing All Ages Strategy Flexible Thinking

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Fine Motor Skills Working Memory Processing Speed Visual Motor Speed