Virginia VCLA Test

Discussion in 'Basic Skills Tests' started by Oldnewteach, May 22, 2007.

  1. TeacherGroupie

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    Meaning no disrespect, but, judging from your post, you might do well to practice mechanics, sentence structure, and number agreement at the least. LearningExpress has several inexpensive but effective books both for learning skills of the sort that come up on VCLA skills (Reading Comprehension Success in 20 Minutes a Day, Writing Skill Success in 20 Minutes a Day, Write Better Essays in 20 Minutes a Day, Practical Math Success in 20 Minutes a Day) and for practicing (501 Writing and Grammar Questions).
     
  2. KindnessIsMagic

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    Did You Pass???????

    I was just wondering if you have found out if you passed yet? I got 71% and 77% as my raw scores which average out to 76% but only a 213 and a 231 out of the possible 300 I think and a 456 average of 600. But I know you need a 470/600 total so I am kinda freaking out.

    I studied so hard for this but I am extremely dyslexic and chose not to take the accomidations as I don't want to depend on those for the rest of my life. I am horrible at reading and answering questions when it comes to tests even when I understand it but I feel I did all right on the essay part even though I ran out of time for the short answer responses and think I only got half of them done. I don't even wish to teach English but rather Math for the deaf and hard of hearing. I am so worried, please help!
     

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