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By Lisa Zimmer Hatch, Scott Hatch

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Make sure you understand what’s covered in Chapters 10, 11, and 12 if you want to ace this section. Scoring the COOP The COOP test-makers scale your raw score of total questions answered correctly and convert that scale to a percentage. They then send your report to the three (or fewer) Catholic high schools of your choice. The schools get to decide how to interpret and use your score. To find out just how your scores will be interpreted and used, contact the high school you’re interested in attending.

Watch for this word because it may give you a clue as to the question word’s meaning. ) In this example, light is different from the other three answer choices, so it may be the opposite of oppressive. ” You may be tempted to pick Choice (A), but sad is better related to depressed. Something that’s oppressive may make you sad, but sad isn’t the best definition. The word that relates best to heavy or pressing is Choice (B), burdensome. “One of these things is not like the others” questions Remember when you used to watch Sesame Street and it had that game where one of the characters had to choose which object didn’t fit with the others?

Even though they look different, the analogy questions in both tests require the same approach. They set you up with a primary relationship (the relationship between the first two words/images), give you a third word or image, and ask you to find the answer that relates to that third element in the same way as the primary relationship. The COOP has about 20 analogy questions, which is twice as many as the HSPT has. The COOP puts its analogies in a completely separate section; the HSPT includes them throughout its Verbal Skills section.

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