Cowboys Frustrated with SAT/PSAT   


Leslie Espinoza, Managing Editor

During the end of February and the beginning of March SAT and PSAT were required for all students at Chino High School. 

“Kind of. They usually just go on with their lesson,” said Amber Salas who was asked if teachers were preparing them for tests. “I’m nervous and scared.” 

Some students who are taking the tests say they are not prepared. They feel unprepared especially if the questions on the tests could be from something they’ve learned two years ago.  

“I think of it another waste of time and money because they didn’t really explain it to us. What is the PSAT?” said Gabriel Espinoza who is a freshman. “We don’t even know what it is about and what subjects they are questioning us about.”  

“I don’t see the point in doing it unless you’re going to college,” said Daniel Hernandez. Everyone is required to take the test, which can last almost all day, even if you’re not planning to go to college.

Amber Salas