Tips to pass the high school exit exam

Tips to pass the high school exit exam
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Tips to pass the high school exit exam

The best way to plan to take the High School Exit Exam is by doing well in Math and English in Middle School. The High School Exit Exam is primarily based on math that the child gets in Eighth Grade and English classes throughout Middle School and in Ninth Grade. That's they best way they can start practicing the exit exam. They get the first opportunity to pass it or take the exam in Tenth Grade. If they don't pass both parts, they re-take it until they do. If a child does not pass the High School Exit Exam, the school will give them tutoring and extra classes to help them pass it. Many students feel like a failure if they don't pass the exam the first time. They shouldn't feel that way. The school wants them to pass it and they are going to give them extra tutoring and classes so they do pass it. You only have to take the section that you failed over.
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Lauren Weiss is an experienced Middle School Teacher of 13 years and published author of numerous educational books designed to help students and parents navigate the sometimes-difficult pre-teen years of school. Her student guidebook series are “manuals” that empower students by explaining such topics as how to interact with multiple teachers, how to access school resources, and how to respond to multiple real-life relevant situations that students encounter at school each day. Plus, each guidebook contains pages to track grades and test scores, plan for college, and assess life skills and personal growth. There is a special chapter on “How To Deal with Bullies.” Her bilingual (Spanish) Parent Guidebooks series includes How To Help The 6th Grader in Middle School and How To Raise a High-School Ready, College-Bound Graduate.

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