This article, from Scholastic, discusses the ways kids cheat today and what parents can do to discourage their kids from cheating.
From How-to-Study.com, this resource includes a checklist for identifying test anxiety, and tips on what you can do to relax for that next test.
Information for students, parents, and educators about the SAT and other college board tests, how to plan for college, find and apply for college, and how to pay for college. The site also includes a link to information in Spanish.
What’s Inside: Full-length practice tests, including writing; information about the optional writing test, strategies to prepare for the tests, and what to expect on test day. Prepared by ACT, this 80 page guide is free of charge, but ACT advertises more if its commercial products at the end of the guide.
What causes it, who is likely to have it, and learning ways to deal with it. Includes Test Taking Tips. Also available in Spanish.
With publications, a position statement on NCLB, fact sheets on such topics as multiple choice tests, retention and testing, authentic accountability, and “The Dangerous Consequences of High Stakes Standardized Testing.”
Learn why "flunking" a student is never the right solution.
A testing expert, James Popham, makes recommendations about the quantity and quality of standardized testing in America's schools.
Understand why it's important to keep perspective when it comes to test scores.
Tips to motivate kids to earn good grades.
How to choose the right test preparation courses.
Why grades aren't always a sign of achievement.
Grades don't always mean students have learned all they need to be prepared for college or work.
College admission tests don't measure all indicators of college success.
A look into the difference between traditional and newer report card styles, and which is better.