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What Is Academy;10 Facts You Must Know

Academy is a specialized school, whose specific purpose has changed radically from century to century and culture to culture. It has three modern connotations in the United States: an exclusive secondary school to prepare for college; a military school or college; and a specialized institution that provides instruction, funding and public recognition of individual artists, writers, crafts practitioners and scientists.…

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What Is Adult Basic Education; What Should We Need To Do?

Adult Basic Education (ABE) The education of adults who never began or completed the normal kindergarten-through-twelfth-grade schooling experience. Designed primarily to eliminate adult illiteracy, Adult Basic Education can range from elementary school-level reading, writing and arithmetic for illiterates to high school-level American history to help prepare immigrants for citizenship. Most often, ABE is associated with non-English-speaking immigrants in major cities,…

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What Is Age Equivalent Test;Why This Test Is So Important.
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What Is Age Equivalent Test;Why This Test Is So Important.

Age Equivalent Test is a somewhat controversial measurement system that converts a raw test score into an age group for which the score represents an average achievement level. Thus, if the average score of 14-year-olds on a test of 100 questions is 70, any score of 70 would be recorded as 14, regardless of the age of the test taker.…

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What Is Aptitude;6 Facts About Aptitude Test
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What Is Aptitude;6 Facts About Aptitude Test

Aptitude simple means  ability to learn. A broad term, with a wide variety of meanings, aptitude may be genetic or acquired or both. Because of the developmental nature of various acquired aptitudes, they may change radically from year to year. Aptitude may be general or specific, mental or physical, scholastic or vocational, and may or may not reflect intelligence or…

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What Is Autodidact People;How They Learn Things With Self Taught?
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What Is Autodidact People;How They Learn Things With Self Taught?

Autodidact One who educates himself by studying all or most of a conventional curriculum independently. Autodidacts were common in the United States prior to compulsory universal public school education, when only the sons of the wealthy could usually continue their education past primary school. The word autodidact has Greek origin, from the term autodidaktikos , which in turn is a junction of self(oneself) and didaktos (teaching, teaching). In…

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