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July 14, 2010 The Julian News 7 WhatYou Need To KnowTo Prepare For College (NAPSA)--Here's news many parents may be happy to hear: Parents don't have to invest thou- sands of dollars in prep courses to help their children get ready for the SAT college entrance exam. The SAT is the most widely used college admission test. It is administered seven times a year in the U.S., with more than 2 million students taking it every year. Although test prep companies would like you to believe they can dramatically improve your perfor- mance, studies have shown that the benefit may be minimal. Several recent studies show that short-term test preparation only increases scores by about the same amount as taking the test a second time. The National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC) released an analysis last year showing that, contrary to the claims of test prep companies, coaching had minimal impact in improving SAT scores--about 10 to 20 points on average in mathe- matics and five to 10 points in critical reading. The best way to get ready for the SAT, say experts at The Col- lege Board, is to do well in school, take challenging courses, study hard and read as much as possi- ble. There are no tricks or short- cuts to testing success. One way to do your best on test day is to familiarize yourself with the SAT format and question types in advance. Understanding the test format can help students feel more relaxed, but that doesn't necessarily require expensive test There are many free and low-cost materials that can help students prepare to do their best on the SAT. prep. In fact, test prep courses may not have access to actual SAT questions. Students can familiarize them- selves with the SAT by utilizing the College Board's official SAT practice materials available at This site offers many free and low-cost practice options for the SAT, including a free, full-length offi- cial practice test, the SAT Ques- tion of the Day and the only study guide on the market that uses real test questions from the test maker. There's also an 18-lesson on- line course featuring 10 SAT prac- tice tests and more than 600 questions that students can access from any computer with an Internet connection. The site also offers plenty of helpful tips and test-taking approaches for all three sections of the SAT for students who want to do their best on test day. A DIVISION OF BORREGO COMMUNITY HEALTH FOUNDATION II I I I Want To Own A Bookmobile Or Command Medical Center? Public Auction Preview July 1 5-16 Looking for a good deal on a Bookmobile, Command Medical Center or just a horse trailer or family sedan? The County is putting its surplus fleet, including some specialty vehicles, on the auction block Saturday, July 17. The public auction is being run by TNT Auction Company from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Ramona Rodeo Grounds, 421 Aqua Lane. The public can register and view items beginning at 7 a.m. on the day of the auction. Vehicles from the cities of Coronado, National City, Indic and other government agencies will be included. All items will be also available for inspection July 15-16 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and are available for preview on the company's website with photos and brief descriptions at Among the County's items are 160 Ford vans, trucks and sedans, all-terrain vehicles, tractor mower, and a cart with a dump bed. On the exotic vehicle side, the County is auctioning a bookmobile, an ambulance, a refrigerator truck, a mobile office trailer and a command vehicle which includes a microwave, sink, refrigerator, table, bathroom and wheelchair lift. All proceeds from the County auction sales maintain and replenish the vehicle fleet. Make A Difference In Your Life In Medicine (NAPSA)-Exercise, good nutrition and controlling stress are all excellent ways to maintain wellness, but sometimes medicines, a device or a certain procedure may also be needed. The step-by-step process that tests if new medical approaches work is called a clinical trial. Each trial seeks better ways to prevent, screen for, diagnose or treat a disease or improve quality of life. They can include testing a new drug for the treatment of high blood pressure, an inhaler for asthma, the impact of community education on preventing the onset of diabetes, or the effects of massage therapy on treating patients with cancer. Discoveries that improve health are not possible without volunteers. Each year, more than 40,000 trials are ongoing in the U.S. that require large numbers of volunteers. 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Typing Advisor including African Americans, is aware of and a potential Mountain Yoga participant in clinical trials, the Natural medicine for the whole family Regina Aguilera National Medical Association (NMA) created Project M~lcensed Acupuncturist I.M.P.A.C.T. (Increase Minority 7607654646 by Participation and Awareness of Clinical Trials). Dr. Willarda maBi Edwards, president of the NMA, View/.D k,l ,l-OrlPt/' the voice of African American physicians, says that although there have been grave concerns associated with some past trials, today, many of those fears have been addressed and the abuses have been corrected as physicians, researchers, community advocates and the federal government take great steps to ensure that the process is designed to be safe for volunteers. Talk to your physician or health care provider about clinical trials and how participation may impact you or a family member's health and wellness. "1 am more educated about my medical condition as a result of volunteering for my trial. I felt that I made a difference in my life and in medicine," according to Regina Valentine, a clinical trial participant. Visit websites such as www., operated by the National Library of Medicine, to learn more about clinical trials and opportunities to participate. Call 1-800-NMA-0554, ext. 261 or visit to receive a free copy of "You've Got the Power!," an informative booklet about clinical trials from the National Medical Association. [ oad Homeopat Quality Assisted Living, Memory Care and Hospice A Jewel In your Own Backyard Your family deserves the finest in elder care/ Patios, gardens and walkways are just a step away, yet within secured grounds,surrounded by beautiful Alpine views and spacious lawns. A variety of enriching activities occur all day, every day in a program filled with life's joy. 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