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  • 1. Why Take PLAN? • PLAN shows your strengths and weaknesses in English, mathematics, reading, and science. • PLAN lets you know if you’re on target for college. • PLAN helps you find careers that match your interests. • PLAN helps you prepare for the ACT.Slide 1
  • 2. Using Your PLAN Results Student Guide to PLANSlide 2
  • 3. Student Score Report • What is the Student Score Report? This individualized report details scores received on the assessment and the career plans and needs indicated by the student. • What does the Student Score Report provide?  Suggestions for improving student academic skills  Careers that match student interests  Indicators of college readinessSlide 3
  • 4. PLAN Score Report Side 1Slide 4
  • 5. Student/School InformationSlide 5
  • 6. Your ScoresSlide 6
  • 7. ® Your Estimated ACT Composite Score RangeSlide 7
  • 8. Your High School Course Plans Compared to CoreSlide 8
  • 9. College ReadinessSlide 9
  • 10. Profile for SuccessSlide 10
  • 11. Areas in Which You Would Like Additional HelpSlide 11
  • 12. Your Career PossibilitiesSlide 12
  • 13. PLAN Score Report Side 2Slide 13
  • 14. Review Your AnswersSlide 14
  • 15. Your SkillsSlide 15
  • 16. www.planstudent.orgSlide 16
  • 17. What Do I Do Now? When using your PLAN Score Report, ask yourself some questions: • Am I on target for college? • What skills do I need to improve to be ready for college? • Am I taking a rigorous core curriculum • What careers interest me most?Slide 17
  • 18. Study Skills Checklist for Students ✓ Set a regular time and place to study each day and throughout the week. ✓ Keep a daily “to do” list. ✓ Set goals for yourself. ✓ Do your reading assignments before the material is discussed in class. ✓ Pay close attention and take good notes in class. ✓ Prepare for tests during your regular study times instead of cramming at the last minute.Slide 18
  • 19. Keys to Good Educational and Career Planning • Take challenging college prep courses in high school. • Explore the many career options available and think about how your career choices will affect your future. • Set career goals and develop an educational plan to achieve them.Slide 19

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