We made sure to start the day off with breakfast and then headed out the door. We prayed before she went into the room and the rest was up to her!
The first section of the day was vocabulary (thank goodness), which helped start the day off on the right foot. After her initial session we touched bases to see how she was handling things, “Pretty good so far. I think I only had trouble with one word.”
Her second section was a breeze with Reading Comprehension. She really felt confident about doing this portion of the test.
Her last two sections were on Arithmetic, which were a little more problematic. It isn’t that she can’t do the work, she just doesn’t like arithmetic. In her opinion, she might have missed three or four (out of about fifty) on the second section and had no trouble with the fourth.
I’m glad she is so optimistic about her performance. We still have one more day to go and then she’s done!
Time will tell if her confidence is well founded; the test results won’t be back for another few weeks. Here’s hopin’!