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Title: HOW TO PREPARE 10th AND 12th EXAM OF UP BOARD


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  • It is never too early to begin thinking about
    preparing for high school and post high school
    plans
  • The pathway that is set for students begins in
    middle school.

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  • There are many options after high school.
  • Work
  • Military
  • Trades
  • Apprentice programs
  • Proprietary schools
  • College

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  • What does it mean, preparing for high school
    success and beyond?
  • How do I prepare my child and when?
  • How do parents prepare themselves?
  • What role does standardized testing, class
    offerings, and finances play in all of this
    process?
  • Where do we go for help in answering all of these
    questions?

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  • According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics,
    adults aged 18 and older with a bachelors degree
    earned an average of 57,980 in 2008, while those
    with a high school diploma earned 32,188.
  • Those without a high school diploma earned an
    average of 23,868

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  • No matter what path is selected, there are some
    basic facts about preparing for a post high
    school life. One assumption we are making is
    that everyone is striving to earn at least a
    living wage.
  • Living wage is what a family of four needs to
    earn for basic necessities. The average income
    for a family of four in Illinois is 75,484.

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  • Spend a lot of time talking about goals and what
    is needed to reach those goals.
  • Research jobs and what will be required to enter
    that field.
  • Do not panic if your child does not know what he
    or she wants to be. Many things change between
    age 12-25. Do not make the process a stressful
    situation.
  • Also realize that over 30 of the jobs that your
    child will be competing for have not even been
    created yet.

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  • Be involved in creating your childs 4-year high
    school plan.
  • Be aware of the colleges recommended high school
    core classes 4 years of English, 3 years of
    math, 3 years of science, 3 years of social
    studies, and 2 years of foreign language.
  • Honors and AP courses provide a challenge and
    rigor this has proven to lead to future success.
  • Go over standardized test results (EXPLORE, PLAN,
    ACT, and PSAE) to identify strengths and areas to
    improve to better prepare your child for the
    upcoming challenge of college.

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  • To make a long story short, the more rigorous a
    students course load is, the better they will do
    in college.
  • The higher the level of math reached, the more
    likely success will be attained in college.
  • Students who take at least one AP (advanced
    placement) course do better in college.
  • The senior year should not be viewed as the
    last time to have some fun. At the same time,
    school should be an enjoyable experience.

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  • Scores from the different standardized tests
    indicate students strengths and areas to
    improve.
  • If my child scores low, does that mean they will
    never do well in college? NO! Standardized test
    scores are used to provide information to
    improve, not label and lock into a certain future
    path.

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  • NONE!
  • Remember, do not eliminate any college because of
    costs before receiving financial assistance
    information.
  • Remember to check with college financial aid
    offices for accurate costs.

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  • The place to start is your childs guidance
    counselor.
  • There are many web sites, one of the best is
    www.upmspboard.in The ACT web site has lots
    valuable information, practice tests, and other
    resources for students and parents.
  • Also the learning express link on the
    counselors site may be found under the study
    skills test-taking strategies link.

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