The state of Michigan requires all high school juniors to take a state wide assessment which will include the SAT. It is a Montague graduation requirement that students receive a valid score on all mandatory state assessments. This means that all 11th graders will take this state assessment test in the spring of each year. It will provide students with a regular SAT score report that they can use to apply to a college or university. SAT scores are used during the college admission process to assess high school students’ general educational development and their ability to complete college-level work.
1. Encourage students to work hard and study throughout the year;
2. Ensure students get a good night’s sleep the night before exams;
3. Ensure students eat well the morning of the exam, particularly ensuring they eat sufficient protein;
4. Remind and emphasize for students the importance of good performance on standardized testing;
5. Ensure students are on time and prepared for tests, with appropriate materials, including number 2 pencils;
6. Teach students the importance of honesty and ethics during the performance of these and other tests;
7. Encourage students to relax on testing day.