Why Take PLAN?          • PLAN shows your strengths and           weaknesses in           English, mathematics, reading, a...
Using Your PLAN Results          Student Guide to PLANSlide 2
Student Score Report          • What is the Student Score Report?            This individualized report details scores    ...
PLAN           Score          Report          Side 1Slide 4
Student/School          InformationSlide 5
Your ScoresSlide 6
®          Your Estimated ACT          Composite Score RangeSlide 7
Your High School Course          Plans Compared to CoreSlide 8
College ReadinessSlide 9
Profile for SuccessSlide 10
Areas in Which You Would           Like Additional HelpSlide 11
Your Career PossibilitiesSlide 12
PLAN            Score           Report           Side 2Slide 13
Review Your AnswersSlide 14
Your SkillsSlide 15
www.planstudent.orgSlide 16
What Do I Do Now?           When using your PLAN Score           Report, ask yourself some questions:           • Am I on ...
Study Skills Checklist for Students           ✓ Set a regular time and place to study             each day and throughout ...
Keys to Good Educational           and Career Planning           • Take challenging college prep            courses in hig...
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PLAN Test Interpretation

  1. 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. 2. Using Your PLAN Results Student Guide to PLANSlide 2
  3. 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. 4. PLAN Score Report Side 1Slide 4
  5. 5. Student/School InformationSlide 5
  6. 6. Your ScoresSlide 6
  7. 7. ® Your Estimated ACT Composite Score RangeSlide 7
  8. 8. Your High School Course Plans Compared to CoreSlide 8
  9. 9. College ReadinessSlide 9
  10. 10. Profile for SuccessSlide 10
  11. 11. Areas in Which You Would Like Additional HelpSlide 11
  12. 12. Your Career PossibilitiesSlide 12
  13. 13. PLAN Score Report Side 2Slide 13
  14. 14. Review Your AnswersSlide 14
  15. 15. Your SkillsSlide 15
  16. 16. www.planstudent.orgSlide 16
  17. 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. 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. 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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