By Katherine Gomez-Acevedo
As we know Regents week is coming up soon, and what have we done to make sure we’ve prepared for our tests to achieve our goal of graduating high school? For the last couple of weeks, there have been many ways the school has been helping the students prepare for January exams week. One of them is offering Saturday school for particular subjects and teachers help students with strategies to help them ace the Regents by preparing packets with Regents questions from past exams so the students can see what to expect when they take the test. Review classes are also provided to students, which helps the students review past studies like Algebra, Global, and Living Environment which most students need to pass in order to graduate.
The message for any student who needs to pass a Regents is don't be afraid to speak up and ask for help in any of the subjects. Ask for more work if you think you need to improve, talk to your teacher and they will help with anything you need. It's better to work early than late on your education, and at the end of the school year you can achieve your goal of passing the Regents whether it’s in this month or in June. Prepare to be the difference among other by advocating for yourself.