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Bracken Test and “Slow Learners”
posted by Karen Quinn, The Testing Mom - August 19th, 2011
A study conducted in 2002 showed a potential connection between children having working mothers and those same children being slower learners. One tool used in the study to assess children’s learning skills and abilities level was the Bracken School Readiness Assessment Test, an exam commonly used with preschoolers to determine their “readiness” for entering a public or private school program.
As many women have no choice but to work due to economic circumstances, many parents have looked for other means of countering the possible detrimental effects that a mother working may have on a child’s learning development. Among the solutions parents employ are Bracken practice test and Bracken sample test resources available from online sources and private test preparation and tutoring firms.
These tools are mostly used to get children accustomed to the manner in which you are expected to think in a formal classroom setting. These practice BSRA test tools may also help children perform better on the formal Bracken Assessment Test.