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PLAN Results FALL 2014
PLAN Overview -I gave you back your score report, Using Your ACT PLAN Results booklet and your test booklet. The PLAN test is out of 32 and is a practice ACT test. The ACT test is out of 36. You will see a score for the PLAN and an estimated score for the ACT at the very top of your score report. -I encourage you to use this information to improve your score on the actual ACT when you take it during your Junior year. You will improve your score and be more prepared if you use this, however if you take this home and don’t look at it again then nothing will come of it. -Please go over this with your parents, I will be contacting all parents to let them know results went home. I would also encourage you to stop by and talk with me about your results especially if you have more specific questions. *This Power Point will be available on the High School Guidance webpage and Family Connections on Naviance* -Overall this test is very important. The result of your ACT and/or SAT along with your high school grades = getting into the college of your choice and possible scholarship money.
PLAN Results (Front side of Score Report, Upper portion) Brief video explanation of score report. Click on the link titled PLAN Student Score Report— Front Side, Part I LOOK AT THE TOP LEFT HAND CORNER OF YOUR SCORE REPORT -YOUR SCORE: take a look at each individual score, English, Math, Reading, and Science. Together they make up your composite score out of 32 (AVERAGE OF EACH SUBJECT TEST) -BAR GRAPH: this graph gives you a visualization of your score in comparison to every Sophomore student in the country who took the PLAN. If you see 80% = 80 percent of those students scored at or below your score..20% scored better than your score. -YOUR SCHOOL PERCENTILE: This gives you an overall picture of how your compare to other students at Nordonia who took the PLAN. -YOUR HIGH SCHOOL COURSE PLANS COMPARED TO CORE: This box compares your course selections over your high school career compared to what the minimum number of high school courses are recommended to prepare for college.
PLAN Results Cont’d (Front side of Score Report, Upper portion) -COLLEGE READINESS: This shows you if your score for each subject is below, at, or above the benchmarks for being prepared as a 1 st year college freshman taking these courses. -YOUR ESTIMATED ACT COMPOSITE SCORE RANGE: Based on results of the PLAN, this is the projection of how you might score on the ACT. The ACT is out of 36 points. It is a test of accumulated knowledge. -EDUCATIONAL PLANS: Indicates what you selected for plans after high school. -ADMISSTION STANDARDS: Take a look at your estimated composite score. This gives you an idea of what colleges typically look for. It gives you examples for four different types of colleges. -PROFILE FOR SUCCESS: This indicates the major you selected and shows you the score of students who are typically successful in this major. -YOUR NEEDS REPORT: Areas students report they need help with.
PLAN Results (Front side of Score Report, bottom portion) Brief video explanation of score report. Click on the link titled PLAN Student Score Report— Front Side, Part II CAREER POSSIBILITIES/WORLD OF WORK MAP: Read the three steps on the score sheet. The shaded areas give you an idea of possible career interests. Specific jobs are then included under each area in the box directly to the right. Visit the website for more great information regarding your PLAN results.www.planstudent.org
PLAN Results (Back Page of Score Report) TURN TO BACK PAGE OF YOUR SCORE REPORT -This is the answer key. You are given your answers and the correct answers for each test. -I encourage you to go over each question marked incorrect and work with the teacher you have in that subject area to clarify what your errors are. You can also see that English and Math are divided into sub scores. This will allow you to focus on specific areas of weakness to improve your ACT score. - On the right hand side, in the pink boxes you will see suggestions for improving your skills so that you may improve your ACT score. - Please go to where you can take practice ACT exams. During your Junior year you will be given information about opportunities to prepare for the ACT. The more resources you use the more prepared you will be for this college entrance exam. You also have access to ACT Prep Me though your Naviance account. Students can begin to use this online test prep program now.www.actstudent.org