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““By the time test day came, they were like little test-taking machines.””
“When teachers devote a lot of time to practicing test-taking, they are going down the wrong path.”
“He said teachers gave plausible explanations for why erasures could be so high, including test-taking strategies where students were given as much time as they needed and "were strongly encouraged to review their work," which could lead to changing answers.”
“Said Kemple: The increases in test scores over time is not just an artifact of test-taking strategies.”
“What can parents do to keep calm and help their test-taking teens the night before the SAT?”
“Individuals who know their subject matter in great depth, but do not recall the material either swiftly or under time pressure will score less well than those with lesser knowledge but greater test-taking skills.”
“The further back in time one goes with the SAT, the more exclusive the test-taking population was.”
“Knowing how to study and how to take and excel at test-taking was what school was all about, especially if you were planning on going to pursue higher education, e.g., college, graduate/medical school, etc., and definitely if you expected to have a choice as to where you elected to attend or be in the running for a scholarship.”
“In the schools singled-out in 2009 for further investigation by the school system, Caveon Test Security — an outside firm the district paid $100,000 to investigate in 2009 and 2010 — concluded major gains in test scores were "plausible" because of emphasis on new teaching and test-taking techniques.”
“She said her office has tightened test-taking security, including adding seals to test booklets that may be broken only by students and reducing the amount of time tests remain in a school after they are administered.”
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