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By- Daniela Vanessa Rios Rangel
About This Test
My goal for this test is to get profient There are 5 categories on the test are: Far Below Basic Below Basic Basic Proficent Advance This test represent which classes you get for the next year and where you are. It will see if you are a smart as honor or you need help.
How I’ve Prepared for the CST
I had reviewed questions similar to the ones on the CST. I have gotten gum to think a little bit better. We would do warm ups. Finally to always have enough sleep and eat a good break feast
How SFMS Teachers have prepared us for the CST
Teachers in SFMS have review
questions that are similar to the ones on the test. Some teacher might have passed out gum or something . Many teachers have pushed us to do our best.
Test Taking Tip: The Night & Morning Before
You should review Prepare yourself Get a lot of sleep Eat a good meal in the morning
Test Taking Tips: During the Test
Go through the question before you read. Do the easy ones first. Make sure you have all your materials for the test. Don’t cheat Take your time show work make predicitions
Make a CST toolkit. Review everything
Ask questions to the ones you don’t know Don’t cheat Take your time and make predictions
Don’t cheat Take time Read directions Read questions before you read
Follow directions always have #2 pencil
This topic is important because its mostly on the test. You need to know it If you know this topic its easier Also you can get more correct answers
Simplifying Square Roots
Mostly comes out in test Have to know it by now
You can be better in Be prepare when you see it on a test
Place Value Example
Rounding Off: underline the place value which you are rounding. Identify the number. If it is 5 or higher, round your underlined place value up 1 and change all the other numbers to its right to zeros. EXAMPLE:Round off 345,678 to the nearest thousand. The number 34 5,678 is rounded up to 346,000.
A simile is a figure of speech in which two un like things are compared, using the words “like”and”as.” Examples As alike as two peas in a pod, meaning identical or nearly so. As strong as an ox,meaning very strong and solid. She was like a turtle running a mile, meaning very slow. As welcome as a skunk at a lawn party,meaning not welcome at all
Good Luck SFMS Students