• My Sat Exam
    test. I attempted to answer each question, but doubted all of my answers. I thought back at the precious moments I had wasted. I came out of the testing site knowing I had failed. I now suffer with the regret of being unprepared. The consequences of being unprepared cost me my dream college. I did...
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  • Failing Public Schools
    unprepared to deal with the behavior problems that children have today, or they do not care about it. School Program and Standardized Tests Other reasons related to failing public schools are school programs and standardized tests. A lot of difficult concepts are presented to the students without...
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  • Test Strategies
    a test I don’t get enough sleep the night before making me already unprepared for the test. Being unprepared leads to test anxiety, which then falls into experiencing “going blank” while actually taking the exam. If I were to plan accordingly to study a week or two before the test and prepare...
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  • Narrative Essay
    Being unprepared I shall never forget the first time I got bad marks when I was in grade 11. A day before the geography’s test, I attend my friend’s birthday party. I had a lot of fun at the party and I came back home so late. After having a warm bath, I was tired and felt too sleepy. I still...
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  • Sooexh
    Almost all colleges will require that you take the ACT (American College Test) or the SAT (Scholastic Aptitude Test). If you plMany high schoolers lack motivation, some are not adequately prepared to face college, and the all the pressure and stress may get to them. Every year in the United...
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  • Narrative Essay
    NARRATIVE ESSAY PROMPTS [Being Unprepared] Because you have been sick, out of town, busy at work, or working on other homework, you didn't have as much time to study for an important test as you needed. Everyone going to school has been in this situation. Think of a specific test that you took...
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  • It250 Lab 10
    1. [Being Unprepared] Because you have been sick, out of town, busy at work, or working on other homework, you didn't have as much time to study for an important test as you needed. Everyone going to school has been in this situation. Think of a specific test that you took that you felt unprepared...
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  • Athletes
    athlete are difficulties related to academic success. Athletes stress out about tests and examinations, preparing papers for class, missing classes because of travel, and making up missed assignments. In addition, I think many athletes find they are unprepared for academic life in college...
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  • Juggling College
    cram session. All you have to do is wait till the last minute, be totally unprepared for the test, plan on soaking in a lot of information, and definitely plan on staying up all night. It's quite easy to do. First you must wait till the last minute. This is very possible considering you spent your...
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  • Into the Wild
    along the USA, accepting the charity of people he met along his travel, changing his name to "Alex". In Into The Wild, Chris breaks many social norms. In the book, it describes how he carelessly threw his life away. He was unprepared, lacked survival skills, had no knowledge of the area, ignored...
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  • Social Phobia
    with a large group of people. A social phobic does not necessarily have to be afraid of just a large group; it could be a large group of the opposite sex, large group of adults or authority figures, or even meeting one person for the first time. A social phobic may even fear being trapped in a place...
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  • Learning Styles
    my strong suits and I always exceled at them. But test taking was where I suffered the most first semester. I’ve never really had a strategy when it came to studying, so naturally I always felt unprepared and confused as to what material I should have studied. But recently I’ve come to the...
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  • “Prepare for the Worst, Expect for the Best”
    enough for me to pass the test, i wasn’t prepare , i was optimistic, naive in a way of thinking that everything would just work out and i would pass, i payed a high price , i only not just fail that test but i fail her class and i spend my summer learning a lesson that being realistic and prepare for...
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  • Temptations
    likely be unprepared to pass the test. As for the small percentage of students who choose to study for the test, they will have an advantage in succeeding. Many students would rather go to the party than hit the books to study for the test. Students do not set realistic education and career goals; when...
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  • Educational Flaws in America’s System
    system is the fact that the students are ultimately unprepared for life after school. The solution to this would be to first emphasis the problem, learn from other nations, work on teacher development, and decrease standardized testing. Being unprepared has led to two secondary issues, these issues...
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  • Exploring Self Defence-Self Protection-the Law
    claim to have invented anything in particular with the colour code system, but he was apparently the first to use it as an indication of mental state. Which means are you a winner or loser, are you prepared in putting that training in to win that FIGHT. * White: Unaware and unprepared. If...
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  • Paper3
    understand. In an article written by Elaine Hansen and published by the Chronicle, Hansen mentions that even the smartest students are unprepared for college. She says ‘They have the grades and test scores…, but they still lack the understanding of the techniques and concepts used to work it’ (Hansen...
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  • Coolie
    homework, or if the student did not take notes on a new subject while the teacher was teaching. Another strategy is being prepared. If you were teaching students how to read but did not show up with reading material you would be unprepared, and now there is nothing for you to teach. I feel that...
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  • CHEATINGIS VRY BAD
    against classroom ethics There are many forms of cheating used today in school. Some examples know today include copying a fellow student’s homework, copying answers off someone’s test, writing test questions down for another student. One of the wildest and most bizarre forms of cheating known right...
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  • What Causes Students to Fail
    study because of work they had before. Which causes them to be unprepared for class each time, or simply they fall asleep because they do not get enough sleep. Being unable to do the work or pay attention and participate will cost you marks in class, and be unsuccessful in the course. In order for...
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