How to Pass All of Your Exams (Not Clickbait!)

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Quinn Stoltman, Reporter

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January Regents exams are almost here. The Regents exams are statewide standardized examinations in core high school subjects. Students are required to pass these exams in order to earn a Regents Diploma. There is also an option of earning an advanced Regents diploma. Students can receive this honorable award by having all Regents exams average to above a ninety-overall average. In order to graduate, students must take at least five Regents exams over the course of their high school tenure. With these exams approaching so quickly, I have taken it upon myself to create some simple pointers that students need to follow in order to get a grade that they’re happy with on their exam. The exam schedule is as followed: Tuesday- ELA and Living EnvironmentWednesday US History, Geometry, Algebra, and Physics, Thursday- Global History and Algebra 2, and Friday- Earth Science and Chemistry. For more information on times and places, go to: //www.p12.nysed.gov/assessment/schedules/2020/504-120.pdfBe sure to come to your exam prepared with at least 2 pens, a highlighter, and (if you are taking a math exam) a calculator. By following my simple steps (that you will see in the video) you will be sure to get a good grade. Just remember, the more you study, the better off you’ll be. Best of luck on all your upcoming exams.