Connecting the Pack at La Joya Community High School

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Connecting the Pack at La Joya Community High School

Eye of the Lobo

Connecting the Pack at La Joya Community High School

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Sharpen Your Pencils and Your Skills

The PSAT is Incoming

Let’s start off by actually knowing what the PSAT truly means and why you’re suppose to take it. The PSAT also known as “The Preliminary Standardized Assessment Test” is meant to test your knowledge and prepare you for taking the SAT before entering college. High school students are often required to take the PSAT in either their sophomore or junior years. If you’re one of them, you may have been informed about the PSAT by your school or by searching online. However, studying and getting ready for the test isn’t the same thing as knowing what it is. Here are some tips informing you how to get ready for the test.

The first thing you want to do is talk to your counselor when your class will take the PSAT. Also, you will need to get a list of the supplies you need for the PSAT. The next step is to take a practice test to see what the tests are like and get a personalized skills workout. Here are ways to study for the PSAT. The PSAT relies on your learning history, according to the

SAT Suite of Assessments”it’s important for you to start paying attention to your classes and homework as early in your high school career as possible”. You also might want to brush up on your reading skills because there will be a reading section.

It has been proven that not only can it increase your knowledge, creativity, and passion for the world, but it helps you with critical thinking skills that transfer very well to test taking. Another tip is to always Review your answers it will help you understand what you did well and where you need to improve your thinking or test-taking skills to do your best on the real thing. “Always review your answers thats the key” says a former junior here at La joya, According too Frank McWilliams

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