This course is great for students who already have some familiarity with the concepts, skills and strategies but yet might benefit from test-taking skills to lessen carelessness and test anxiety.
- Boost test-taking stamina (about 3 hours of testing simulating the actual November 18th test day)
- Improve pacing and time management skills (bubble sheets and answer sheets for Aspire constructed responses)
- Zoom in on the type of questions that you always miss
- Hone and apply the strategies that you learned in class
TJ Score Booster Contents
Math Quant Q Mock Tests. These tests are hypothetical and educated simulation of what we think might appear in Quant Q which probably goes up to 12th grade and collegiate level math.
Our Comprehensive and Math Intensive classes are skill builder classes. We modify and adjust our teaching based on the instructional needs of our students. The content taught in our 6-hour math instruction and in our TJ Comprehensive and 8-hour Math Intensive Class cover only a portion of the collegiate and expansive content in the TJ Score Booster Math Mock Tests.
The score booster math mock tests will be more difficult than our formative (end-of-course) mock tests in our 6-hour Math Comprehensive and 8-hour Math Intensive classes.
Reading Aspire Early High School (EHS) Mock Tests. The level of passages will be mostly 9th to 10th grade levels and some 11th grade passages. We match the depth of knowledge levels (DOK) of the Aspire standards. It will contain complex literary narratives (prose fiction or novel excerpts, memoirs, personal essays) and informational passages on Natural Science and Social Science (biographies, position papers, research summaries, essays, speeches, natural science and social science articles). There will be stand alone and paired passages that has multiple choices (single-choice and multi-select items) and three constructed responses that they will see in Reading Aspire. Question categories: Key Ideas and Details, Craft and Structure and Integration of Knowledge and Ideas.
Please review the strategies that you learned in our TJ Comprehensive and TJ Reading Intensive classes.
Science Aspire Early High School (EHS) Mock Tests. There will be 5 Science passages: 2 Research Summaries, 2 Data Representation and 1 Conflicting Viewpoints (most difficult for middle school students). Question categories include:
- Interpretation of Data (IOD): Locating & Understanding, Inferring & Translating and Extending & Reevaluating
- Scientific Investigation (SIN): Locating & Comparing, Designing & Implementing, Extending & Improving
- Evaluation of Models, Inferences and Experimental Results (EMI): Inferences & Results, Evaluating & Extending
There will be 35 multiple choice questions and 5 constructed responses questions.
Please review the strategies that you learned in our TJ Comprehensive and TJ Science Intensive 1 & 2 Classes. The difficulty level of the TJ Score Booster is the same as the TJ Comprehensive Science Mock 3, Intensive 1 & 2 end-of-courses Science Aspire EHS mock tests.
Featuring the New Redesigned TJHSST Admissions Mock Tests: Science Aspire, Reading Aspire & Math Quant Q!
Choose your weekends from September 23 to November 12, 2017. This is a stand alone class. You can attend only one weekend or several weekends depending on your child’s strengths and needs. Each weekend has different sets of tests. The difficulty level of each test (except for Math which ranges from medium to difficult level) has the same difficulty level as our end of the course TJ Intensive Classes.
Experience a simulated essay testing scenario. Respond to 4 prompts (one Math Problem Solving and three SIS) written by YSC teachers similar to retired TJ prompts. Discuss it with two writing teachers (Scribner and Cart) afterwards.
When you click on the “buy” button, please state your preferred weekend dates on your order notes and choose check payment when checking out. We will issue you an invoice via email.
We do not accept walk-ins. All orders must be paid ahead of time via Quickbooks online or check payments (payable to Young Scholars Circle) on Saturdays.
How does it work?
First Round: Students will take the paper tests on Saturday nights. After the timed tests, students enter their answers online before leaving the room. A fully charged laptop is always required to enter their answers online. All paper tests cannot be taken home. However, students can review their answers in different question categories on their dashboards.
Timed Tests: Saturday mornings 8:00 am to 11:00 am
Class Discussion on Sundays from 5:00-7:00pm with Reading, Science & Math teachers
Second Round: Students will take the tests online using their own fully-charged laptops. It will be followed by an hour of discussion. Teachers: Dr. Sherlie Scribner and Krishna Cart.
Please remember to state the quantity and your preferred dates on your order notes when checking out so that we can place your order properly on your student dashboards.