ACT/SAT Test Prep

All students are invited to work through the ACT, SAT, and ASVAB test prep courses on their own for NO CREDIT. These courses have been developed to help students succeed on these standardized tests. These courses are through Edmentum which can be accessed through Clever at www.clever.com/in/msdpike using your school google account and then clicking the Edmentum Course ware icon.

Once logged into Edmentum, students will need to self-enroll in the course. Click the Self-Enroll button in the bottom right corner. Once there enter the correct Self-Enroll Code and password from the list below.

ACT Test Prep
Self Enroll Code: 267cf1dd0494394890faf6baefa508ae
Password: pike

SAT Test Prep
Self-Enroll Code: 1788da66bd0e2e30ea0fd34be48b0055
Password: pike

When preparing for upcoming tests, learning the proper materials can help you understand the test better. Sometimes you might have to study for more than one test at a time , which can lead to you becoming stressed and end up forgetting the materials you have recently learned for the topic. To help prepare for any upcoming tests, here are some tips that may help you:

1.Give yourself enough time to study. Don't cram all of you studies the last minute before the test date. It's better to set up a time management schedule to sort out the time needed to prepare before the test comes. Be sure to write down how many tests you will take and calculate the time needed to study for each subject.

2.Organize your study space. Ensure that you have enough space to spread out your textbooks and notes. Attempt to dispose of any distractions. Make sure you feel comfortable and are able to concentrate on the materials. It's also important to know which type of environment works best for you. While most people will prefer to work in a completely tidy area, others may prefer to work better in a cluttered area. Think about what will work best for you.

3. Create tests from your notes. Active review is outstanding amongst other approaches to set materials you've adapted. So taking those tests is considerably more important than simply investigating your notes. If you want to create an efficient study guide, look over previous tests or quizzes to have a better understanding of how the format will look like. 

4. Visualize your study environment if you're stuck on a question.  Research have demonstrated that individuals can regularly influence associations while testing since learning is context based and environment-dependent.