1300 Pinelog Rd.Conyers, GA 30012
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What can you do to help your
who are prepared, calm, and rested perform better on tests. Here are some of
the many ways to help your student approach Georgia Milestones in a relaxed,
your child to employ good study and test-taking skills. These skills include following
directions carefully, avoiding careless errors, and reviewing work.
the purpose of the tests. The assessments give students an opportunity to show
what they have learned in school. They also give teachers information that
helps them plan instruction.
- Point out
that some items may be more difficult than others.
certain your child gets plenty of sleep and has a healthy breakfast and lunch.
Taking tests is hard work for many students and can require a lot of energy.
certain your child is at school on time. Rushing and worrying about being late
could affect performance on the tests.
to ask your child about the testing at the end of each day.
April 19th- ELA part 1April 20th- ELA part 2April 21st – Make-upsApril 22nd- MathApril 25th –Make-upsApril 26th- ScienceApril 27th –Social StudiesApril 28th-29th –Make-up
SLO Testing Dates May 3 to May 11
The Georgia Department of Education has published a guide for parents and students at each grade level, which includes information about the test, study guides, and sample questions. Please click the Milestones Grade-Level Assessment Guides and More information about the Georgia Milestones Assessment to review these guides.For additional practice tests, please click the links below:* GA Milestones Practice Tests* Additional GA Milestones Practice Tests