Newest ielting tester: ‘I was like ‘oh no’ and ‘this is the end of the world’
The youngest tester on the first ielted test, a 19-year-old girl in New York, said she was nervous and overwhelmed by the test.
The youngest testers have already had the first-ever test, with the results expected by next week.
“It was the first time I felt like I was really having an effect on my body, I was just having a really good experience,” said Katie Stansfield, a student in New Hampshire.
While many of the tester’s parents and peers were sceptical, Katie said she had a positive experience with the test itself.
“It feels like an opportunity to do something about this issue that’s really important to me, and to see other people’s experiences and what they’re going through,” she said.
A similar experiment has been conducted in a small number of schools around the country and in London.
It’s hoped the new test will allow more schools and teachers to get involved.
Tests are not the only way that ieltics test participants can test themselves.
Teachers, for example, can use the test to ask students how they feel about the work they’re doing.
An earlier version of this story incorrectly said that an earlier version did not have a ‘first ieltting test’ as part of its title.
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