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If one searches the hashtags #PSAT or #STAAR the day after these tests, memes (online pictures often accompanied by text) will likely flood their phones for the next week. Posts about different exams are so popular that each breed of AP test will often have its own separate hashtag, such as #apgov or #aplit. 

Testing in the technical age

Story by Stephanie Jumper, feature editor February 5, 2021

Four hours of underlining passages with painstaking detail, relearning math lessons long forgotten and periodically glancing at the clock to calculate how much time is left for question 32. Standardized...

Due to COVID-19, many colleges nationwide have decided to not make the ACT/SAT a requirement, leaving seniors all across the country confused about what they should do instead, how this decision will affect the college application process and how they should go about the process considering these new standards. 

Tests that once meant everything

Story by Logan Diggs, managing editor November 15, 2020

The ACT/SAT are renowned as a test taker’s worst nemesis; luckily, this year's class won't have to rely on the test to determine their fate as prior graduates would.  Due to COVID-19, many colleges...

ACT workshop to be held on Oct. 21

ACT workshop to be held on Oct. 21

Story by Langley Leverett, editor in chief October 16, 2017

There will be an ACT workshop held on Saturday, Oct. 21, from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in the Math and Science building. All high school students are welcome to join, and the fee is $25. Scholarships are...

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