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3 Test Prep Goals for High School Freshmen

Dave_BerryDave_Berry CC Admissions Expert Posts: 2,827 Senior Member
"Sitting for the ACT or SAT is a task that is usually associated with one’s junior or senior year of high school. But even as a high school freshman, there are steps you can take to slowly prepare yourself for these important standardized tests in the years to come.

Students in their first year of high school should aim to complete the following test prep goals:

Decide which relevant classes you will take next year
Speak with upperclassmen to learn about the testing experience
Find out how standardized test scores are used by colleges and universities" ...

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