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11 Ways to Help Your Child Prepare for Tests

by Lindsay Hutton

To help children prepare adequately for tests (whether teacher-made or standardized), you can do several things to provide support and create a positive test-taking experience.

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Study the Material


The best way to prepare for tests is to study, know the work, and take the right courses.

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