Testing Mom Review
Being a parent comes with so much responsibility. You never think that you will be sitting up late at night researching how to get your child comfortable taking tests. Since my daughter is fairly young and has been “homeschooled” for the first few years of her life she has no clue what a test even is. We believe that she is gifted because she has been reading ever since she was 2 years old and grasps on to new concepts rather quickly. Deciding to end homeschooling and put her into traditional school is one decision to tackle. But that all begins with getting her tested to see if she is truly gifted. What is a parent to do? Well if you are anything like me, you research. I found a website called TestingMom.com and they say they can help prepare your children to take tests.
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Well, we prepared for part of December and all of January for the NY Gifted and Talented test which Isabella took at the end of January. We really took advantage of the three months top 1% subscription of Testing Mom. I also really did my research and made sure to cancel my subscription which let me continue to use it but stopped any reoccurring payments, they warn you all about this so make sure if you are interested you read through their website and others reviews. If you remember I was a little bit apprehensive about purchasing a subscription, you can check out about all my hesitation here. I wish I didn’t hesitate! I absolutely loved the subscription.
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them. It is also great that you don’t need an iPad to access them; you can access them on the web as well.
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taking a test and getting comfortable with the format. Again, she had never taken a test before.
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How did we use TestingMom.com
So how did we practice? What was our routine? Since we are currently homeschooling, we added it to our routine. Besides testingmom.com we had also gotten a *FREE* test from the department of education website which is a practice test. So we used that one *FREE* test from the department of education and many activities and tests from testingmom.com. As I said my daughter thought they were fun. We did 5 questions daily (Monday thru Friday) and then on Saturday (my daughter doesn’t do lessons on Saturday and Sunday) we did one long test. We also took advantage of the verbal questions which were emailed to us every day. Overall I was really happy with TestingMom.com.
What My Daughter thought of TestingMom.com
her achieve such a high score, she is also incredibly intelligent so I cannot say it is all thanks to testingmom.com.
Overall feelings of TestingMom.com
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