High school students across the nation are preparing for the SAT and ACT, fueled by steaming cups of pumpkin-flavored lattes. As stressful as test preparation is for students, it can be just as stressful for you, the parent, as you guide your child through the process. In this post, I answer four common questions about standardized tests. Colleges and universities accept scores from either test, so strictly speaking, your child does not need to take both tests. The tests differ in several ways, and some students score much better on one test than the other. Khan Academy is the best option for SAT prep. The free version includes some video lessons and practice questions, while the paid version includes access to the full video lesson library and all practice questions, plus customized options for test practice.
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An Indian boy, aged just 14, has become a father after sex with an year-old girl. Police confirmed the news after getting results from paternity tests. A year-old Indian boy becomes a father after having sex with an year-old girl. On Friday 24th March , police conducted paternity tests which revealed the news.
A pregnant teacher and cheerleading coach had sex with a year-old student in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, Texas, it has been reported. An arrest warrant was acquired after it was claimed that Katherine Ruth Harper sent nude photos and had sex with the student over the summer holiday. The year-old met the teenager at Tidwell Middle School in Roanoke, where she worked as a cheerleading coach, tennis coach and 7th-grade teacher. The arrest warrant claims the boy was questioned by his principal and confessed to the sexual encounters, according to the Houston Chronicle. The meetings also allegedly included drinking alcohol and the teenager performing oral sex on Harper. Authorities were notified by an anonymous tip and Harper has been placed on administrative leave. She has been charged with having an improper relationship with a student — a second-degree felony. Want to bookmark your favourite articles and stories to read or reference later?