Testing schedules should be tailored to the student. The more precocious the student, the sooner he or she should begin sitting for the test. However, this is not a one size fits all scenario. It is possible to take the SAT too soon, and a disappointing score can be emotionally devastating, leaving the student further from achieving the desired results.
In the NFL, not all first year quarterbacks are ready to succeed. Often coaches keep their young stars out of the action because failure on the biggest of stages can seriously undermine confidence, and confidence is key. Hall of Fame Quarterback and Bay Area legend Joe Montana was initially kept out of the lineup for just this reason, and things worked out great. On the other hand, Michelle We, a young golfer who tried playing on the men’s tour at age 15, has not faired well and many experts believe that the damage to her confidence may be irreversible.
Some kids can hit it out of the park right away. Some can fail and it’s no big deal. Others fail and it can wreak havoc. When to take the test is a very important decision, and it needs to be treated as such.
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