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Different Types of Tests Require Different Strategies

March 30, 2014

Of course, the best approach to prepare for a test is to master the subject matter by studying and reviewing periodically. Only through dedicated study can your child take a test with confidence....

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Apr-02-14 5:38 AM

Bill, How do u feel about the "No child is left behind" and the other rules and regulations that judge the teachers and the schools performance on the test school of the students.

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Mar-30-14 2:52 AM

Here we go again. Isnt it funny how IQ tests are thought bad and naughty until those that fail them commit a crime and then their IQ test gets them out of the responsibility of a crime. Which makes you wonder if they cant be liable for a crime maybe they shouldnt be allowed to be around people. Just a thought.

Tests have served the military well for decades. There is not other alternative that isnt pure psycho babble. Like EMotional IQ? Yeh, okay

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