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Test Taking Skills Does your child have test anxiety? Does your child need testing tips to help him or her become a better test taker? ScottCounseling.com has numerous articles that delivers information to help you help your child in the world of exams.

Education Problem: Simple Non-Political Solutions to Fix Our Schools

Simple Solutions To Bring About Education Change In America It goes unsaid that many Americans are concerns about what is going on in America’s schools in light of the teacher walk outs in Wisconsin, the reaction to Governor Walker’s education and pension proposals and the large percentage of tax dollars that it takes to manage this...

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Expert Parenting Books: Online Parenting Books

Finding the right parenting books to meet your needs has been simplified.  ScottCounseling offers two new parenting books that contain hundreds of parenting ideas, tips, stategies and techniques to help you become a parenting expert.  No book store will ofer you parenting information and advice at this price!     NEW! Copyright 2008 101 Top Child Development &...

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I Need Help!

Asking for help from a trained professional, whether it be a dentist, car mechanic, florist, doctor or other service oriented individual should be as natural as asking someone where the restrooms are in a public building.  Do you need help?  Counselors are available and trained to serve you! Ask a Counselor   ScottCounseling.com was created...

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Test Anxiety: How Parents Can Help

Test anxiety occurs when a student worries about doing well on a test to a point where he or she becomes overwhelmed. This type of anxiety often interferes with sleep and eating patterns, social relationships with friends and family and may even cause one to become physically ill. This disorder can become a major hindrance...

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Test Taking: True & False Questions

If your child is struggling with test in school, speak with your child’s teachers for study and testing tips strategies. Some school districts offer test-taking classes during the school year and summer. Below are some key testing tip for taking “true-false” test. Read each test question carefully. Look for familiar key words or facts that...

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Test Taking: Multiple Choice

Test taking is a skill developed over a period of time as a student progresses in school. Remember, your child’s ability to take a test is just one area of your child’s academic life. Below is a list of test taking tips that can be applied to improve multiple choice test questions. It’s important that...

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Test Taking: Improving Your Math Test Scores

Learning the skills required to be successful at test-taking, especially in math, takes time. Building confidence is key. Taking practice test is another key. As your child grows older, he or she will become more comfortable taking test. below are some test taking suggestion for math test. “Practice! Practice! Practice!” The best method to begin...

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Test Taking: General Tips That Work for All Test

Some children are great test takers. Other children do not do as well no matter how hard they study. Below are some test taking tips that may help your child improve scores. Have your child get plenty of sleep the night before a test. Your child will be more alert and have a better chance...

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Test Taking Tips: Essay Questions

When studying for essay tests that provide you with questions in advance: Research and find all the information or facts to thoroughly answer the question. Write the essay in advance. Practice answering the essay by actually writing it before you take the test. Study and memorize. Outline key points in your mind. While taking an...

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Helping Kids with Homework

Learning about child psychology with respect to child behavior patterns in homework completion varies from elementary to high school. Younger elementary children are often more excited about completing homework assignments outside of school than middle or junior high school students. Some parents question the value of homework after their child spends 35 to 40 hours...

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