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Recovery Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy Q $300 Q $100 Q $200 Graduation Applications Testing Myths.

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2 Recovery Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy Q $300 Q $100 Q $200 Graduation Applications Testing Myths

3 It is important to recover these classes – known as your “core classes”

4 What are English, Math, Science, And Social Studies classes Click me to return to the board Click me to return to the board

5 This recovery is done on the computer which allows a student to also work from home to get ahead in the class

6 What is PLATO? Click me to return to the board Click me to return to the board

7 The maximum total of credits that can be earned outside of the District

8 What is two? Click me to return to the board Click me to return to the board

9 The time frame held for PLATO classes during the week, and on Saturdays

10 What is 3-5:30pm and 8am-12pm? Click me to return to the board Click me to return to the board

11 The prices for PLATO, Traditional Twilight, and Summer School classes

12 What are $80, $105, and $50 Click me to return to the board Click me to return to the board

13 The total number of credits a student must earn to receive a District 205 diploma, starting with the class of 2015

14 What is 24? Click me to return to the board Click me to return to the board

15 Your semester grade is comprised of one of the following percentage breakdowns: (1 st ) 33%, (2 nd ) 33%, (Exam) 33%, or (1 st ) 40%, (2 nd ) 40%, (Exam) 20%, or (1 st ) 45%, (2 nd ) 45%, (Exam) 10%

16 What is (1 st ) 40%, (2 nd ) 40%, (Exam) 20%? Click me to return to the board Click me to return to the board

17 You will need 3 total credits in these three subjects areas in order to graduate

18 What are Science, Math and Social Studies? Click me to return to the board Click me to return to the board

19 The number of ACADEMIC credits required to graduate, starting with the class of 2015

20 What is 20.5? Click me to return to the board Click me to return to the board

21 In addition to a specific number of credits required to graduate, you must also complete these three requirements

22 What are: complete Senior Project, take the PSAE, and pass the Constitution Click me to return to the board Click me to return to the board

23 For every college you apply to, you must complete this item and submit it to your counselor

24 What is a Transcript Request Form? Click me to return to the board Click me to return to the board

25 It essential to have this proofread before you submit this with your application

26 What is your Personal Essay? Click me to return to the board Click me to return to the board

27 The deadline for priority consideration for applications and scholarships

28 What is November? Click me to return to the board Click me to return to the board

29 The amount of time you should give advanced notice when requesting a teacher to write a letter of recommendation…for college applications, scholarships, or job applications

30 What is two weeks? Click me to return to the board Click me to return to the board

31 The number of transcripts you can send for free, which is also the same dollar amount you will pay for each transcript requested thereafter

32 What is 3? Click me to return to the board Click me to return to the board

33 Typically taken in the junior year, and a requirement to graduate, this two-day test also features the ACT

34 What is the PSAE? Click me to return to the board Click me to return to the board

35 The ACT tests you in English, Math, Science, and Reading, with the option to take this additional component

36 What is the Writing component? Click me to return to the board Click me to return to the board

37 You should never delay doing this action in the fall of your Senior year because you have yet to take the ACT

38 What is apply to a college? Click me to return to the board Click me to return to the board

39 For athletes in the NCAA Eligibility process, colleges will do this for each subject category from multiple ACT tests…for regular admissions they will do the same for your overall composite score from multiple ACT tests

40 What is take the highest score? Click me to return to the board Click me to return to the board

41 The web address to register for your ACT

42 What is Click me to return to the board Click me to return to the board

43 The grades you earn from these class years will make up your academic transcript when you apply to colleges, and ultimately determine whether you are accepted, denied, or wait listed (Most people believe there is more)

44 What is Freshman, Sophomore and Junior years? Click me to return to the board Click me to return to the board

45 A college can take this back, depending on how your senior year goes (many believe it’s a done deal)

46 What is your acceptance? Click me to return to the board Click me to return to the board

47 This has been said to change an average of four times during a student’s journey in college (many believe it is predetermined)

48 What is your major? Click me to return to the board Click me to return to the board

49 These two things will assist your finances to go to college (many believe they cannot afford to go)

50 What are scholarships and financial aid? Click me to return to the board Click me to return to the board

51 Other than studying, this is the biggest factor that increases your academic success, and the chances that a college admissions rep would accept you

52 What is joining extracurricular activities? Click me to return to the board Click me to return to the board

53 The Thornridge basketball team from this year, is still to this day, considered the best high school basketball team in the history of high school basketball in the U.S.

54 Final Jeopardy Answer What is the 1972 team Thank you for playing! How well did you do?!


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