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Old 04-16-2014, 03:55 PM
Tra67y Tra67y is offline
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PLEASE HELP

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I have a list of strategies that I found very helpful. look at two answers at a time..find the best out of those two..compared that to C..and so on.
answers with 2 skills are not your answers..paper pencil activities not your answers..teacher benefit answers, not your answers....stuff like that. Let me know and I can send you the strategies via personal email.
since I took a computer test, I used all the scratch paper provided by wrtiting "1" then a.b.c.d..scratching out a letter as I eliminated it. I used a book called "Put Reading First" from the National Institure for Literacy. Most of the English terms, phonemes ect. and examples of such are in that book.

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CAN YOU PLEASE SEEN ME THOSE STRATEGIES, I am taking the test on Monday and i am Stressing out. [email]EMAIL REMOVED - Send PM to This User Instead[/email]
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Old 04-24-2014, 11:58 AM
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I have a list of strategies that I found very helpful. look at two answers at a time..find the best out of those two..compared that to C..and so on.
answers with 2 skills are not your answers..paper pencil activities not your answers..teacher benefit answers, not your answers....stuff like that. Let me know and I can send you the strategies via personal email.
since I took a computer test, I used all the scratch paper provided by wrtiting "1" then a.b.c.d..scratching out a letter as I eliminated it. I used a book called "Put Reading First" from the National Institure for Literacy. Most of the English terms, phonemes ect. and examples of such are in that book.

Hope this helps!
Do you still have these strategies? If so I'm interested in them. [email]EMAIL REMOVED - Send PM to This User Instead[/email] Thank you
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Old 08-12-2014, 11:16 AM
mairak mairak is offline
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I agree with you the test is so random and the practice tests are so different then the actual test. I'm so frustrated!!!!!


QUOTE=doxieteacher;1193018]Does anyone who passed this exam have any study tips? I just found out that I did not pass and am a little frustrated. I found the test to be so random so I am not sure how to study for my retake in June. I did terrible in the social studies and math and just ok in the other sections. I have the Rosado and Cliff Notes EC-4 books but am wondering if there is a better resource out there? Thanks![/QUOTE]
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Old 08-12-2014, 11:18 AM
mairak mairak is offline
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I bought the big yellow book. I don't see much use of it


QUOTE=steelerfever1;1759301]teacherfun2013,

I will just say that you must STUDY! Some people say that it is hard to study for but you should at least try... and I used a book called the The Big Yellow Book: The Ultimate Guide to Passing the TeXes Exam. Along with CertifyTeacher.com those 2 resources helped me a bunch! Hope this helps!!! GOOD LUCK[/QUOTE]
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Old 08-16-2014, 09:43 PM
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I have a list of strategies that I found very helpful. look at two answers at a time..find the best out of those two..compared that to C..and so on.
answers with 2 skills are not your answers..paper pencil activities not your answers..teacher benefit answers, not your answers....stuff like that. Let me know and I can send you the strategies via personal email.
since I took a computer test, I used all the scratch paper provided by wrtiting "1" then a.b.c.d..scratching out a letter as I eliminated it. I used a book called "Put Reading First" from the National Institure for Literacy. Most of the English terms, phonemes ect. and examples of such are in that book.

Hope this helps!
Great strategies! Are these all the strategies or is there more?
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Old 08-18-2014, 07:04 PM
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I studied with the Rosado book and the T-Cert website and made exactly a 240 I prayed for a 240 or above and got just what I needed but it's still funny to me. On the dot.

I had about a week to study and only used those two resources and made a 240 so I know with more time I could have did better but 240 is the same as 300. I passed and got a job

Time and study study and really look at the questions. With so many being down to two go back and reread the question and then look at both answers and find the difference between them. That difference is in the question
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