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As students, we had probably our least favorite test ever last week, STAR testing. It’s always been the same 32 or 35 questions and students get their score a little later. Students take several tests throughout the school year and there’s nothing they can really do to study because you never really know what you’re going to get for each question. I think I did well on my tests and I hope that you did well as well. I’m happy but a little surprised that we only have tests for Language Arts and Math, and not Social Studies or Science. I’m happy we only have a few tests because more would interrupt learning and cause other things, like stress. Well, luckily we don’t have another STAR test for a while so let’s enjoy this time of no
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