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How can a tutor help you master the CAHSEE?
The California High School Exit Exam, or CAHSEE, marks an important step in a student's progress toward graduation. Unlike other exams that are used to illuminate academic weaknesses or mark preparedness for advanced coursework, the CAHSEE serves the singular purpose of determining whether or not your student possesses the skill level necessary for leaving high school with a diploma. A passing score on the statewide exam is a prerequisite to receiving a diploma from any public high school, making it possibly the most important test that your child takes during their high school experience. While this may sound intimidating, any student can perform well on the CAHSEE with the proper preparation. For some, the rigor of standard high school coursework will be adequate, but for those hoping to go above and beyond the skills taught in the classroom, or who are concerned that traditional schooling has not prepared them to excel on test day, outside assistance can be hard to find. The CAHSEE tutoring options available are one of only a few resources your child can use to prepare for the exam on their own time.
CAHSEE tutors strive to make the material as accessible as possible, to give your student the best chance of success on this important test of their academic acuity. Your child is likely to first encounter the CAHSEE during their second year of high school education. The exam is structured to test the material covered up to this level, encompassing reading comprehension, compositional skills, and basic arithmetic skills that would usually be covered in coursework between eighth grade and tenth grade. Should your student not initially pass the exam during tenth grade, they can retake it during senior year.