Mock exams signal year’s end

Tori Bright, Journalist

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Entering the 4th nine weeks means MHS students are almost to the finish line for the 2017-2018 school year. Everyone is gearing up for the AP exams set to begin in early May. Over the last two weeks, the AP math and science classes have been taking mock exams, practice AP tests, in the Media Center.  For the AP exams, students are graded on a scale of 1-5, with a passing score being a 3 or above.  Taking the mock exams lets students know where they stand so that they can find their weak areas and work on whatever they’re lacking before the actual test. The mock exams are four hours long, the same as the real AP tests, and are also designed to help students learn to focus and build endurance. Chandler Owen said,”The mock exams are very tiring, but receiving a passing score on the AP exam make it worthwhile.”

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