Today's high school curriculums are governed by tenets of 21st century learning. Certainly, seniors need to have passed so much coursework in core subjects like English, math, and science, but they should also have developed some important skills by the time they graduate that will serve them in the work force or in college. Today's 12th graders should think critically and have the ability to solve complex problems. They should be able to communicate effectively and have mastered some key learning techniques. One of the most important skills today's 12th grade students must learn is how to work collaborative with others. With these skills, 12th graders have a great foundation on which to build their future lives.
How long has it been since you graduated from high school? Do you remember how to use a protractor? Do you know what the synovial membrane is? Who preceded Winston Churchill as prime minister? When did the Civil War end? By the time students reach that monumental “senior” year, they are in command of a lot of knowledge. They study core subjects like math and English but also take many elective courses that range from art to accounting. Do you think you have what it takes to compete with their knowledge base? Over time, many of us forget what we learned in high school. Why not take our test to determine if you can pass 12th grade all over again. Show off your smarts and dazzle us with your wits! We’ve created a 12th-grade test that covers all the subjects seniors are likely to study. Put on your thinking cap and begin!
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