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How many questions are on the reading section on PLAN test?
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How many questions on APUSH exam?
There are 80-multiple choice questions on the APUSH exam in which you have 55 minutes to complete (0.69 minutes per question). There is also 2 FRQ's (Free-Response Questions) and 1 DBQ (Document-Based Question) in which you have 130 minutes to complete including the mandatory 15 minute pre-reading section.
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How many questions can you miss to get a 36 on your ACT?
it very much depends on the curve and what section you miss the questions in. Science is very harsh, math can have a generous curve and reading usually allows you to miss three of four and still have a chance at a perfect. The idea is a 35, 35, 36 and 36 average to a 36. So you are allowed to miss some (but sometimes very little) questions.
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How many books are for kids around 8?
There are lots of books for children. What is more important when choosing a book is not age, but the reading level of the child. Many children read below their age level and some are above. One way to check to make sure the reading level is proper for the child is to have his/her read you a section from the book. If they miss more than 2 words or skip over words the reading level may be too hard for them. Also ask them one or two questions to see if they understand what they just read. This checks comphrension and to see if they understood what they are reading. Doing these things will keep your child reading and the more reading they do the better off they are in school.
Which type of high school classes will best prepare you for success on the critical reading and writing sections of the SAT I?
English, although it should be noted that the first section (Critical Reading) focuses on being able to perform Reading Comprehension (understanding what you are reading) quickly, and the Writing section focuses both on having you know how to write a "proper" essay and also asks questions about the most accurate usage of English grammar. Many colleges that use the SAT in their admission decisions do not consider the writing section (the University of California campuses are notable for considering it), but all colleges that ask for the SAT scores will use the Critical Reading score (and the Math score) in their admissions criteria--both for admissions and often for determining merit and need-based financial aid as well. For more on this you can go to many internet sites that specialize in explaining this, including both the collegeboard and collegeconfidential sites.
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Where can one learn how to construct a business plan?
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How many questions can you miss on the EPA 608 test?
Passing the EPA section 608 certification exam depends on whether you are taking the "open book" version (which is what most, if not all, online websites offer) or a proctored version (a class given in an actual classroom). Each section of the exam (Core, Type I, Type II, and Type III) has 25 questions. Everyone that takes the exam is required to take the Core plus at least one other section (Type I, Type II, or Type III). If you take, and pass, the Core plus all of the three remaining sections, you will receive Universal certification. For an "open book" exam, you must answer correctly 21 of 25 (84%) questions per section in order to pass that section. For a proctored exam, you must answer correctly 18 of 25 (72%) questions per section in order to pass that section.