STAAR Released Test Questions
If you want to improve your problem–solving skills, learn from your mistakes.
If you made some mistakes solving an exam, use them to learn and improve. Look at every mistake you made and take away new knowledge from it
It is important that we identify the cause of the error and learn from it. Many times, the cause of the error is laziness or not paying attention to what you are doing. By slowing down and paying attention to what you’re doing you will avoid most mistakes.
- Silly mistakes reading/ understanding the question
- Mechanical errors (mistakes solving/ calculating the answer, forgotten step, lack of review)
- Special difficulties (maybe when doing written division)
- Knowledge-based errors (lack of knowledge of the concept)
- Order of Operations
- Incomplete work
If you are struggling with a specific concept, don’t wait to get assistance.
“The only real mistake is the one from which we learn nothing. ” John Powell
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STAAR performance standards relate levels of test performance to the expectations defined in the state-mandated curriculum standards known as the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS).
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