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Test Taking Strategies
Transcript of Test Taking Strategies
11/17/12 Test Taking Strategies! Before The Test 1. Stay up to date with assignments
2. Understand the info so you do not have to cram
3. Study information in meaningful chunks
4. Analyze past test
5. Pace yourself
6. Pre-pack all materials
7. Review your notes During the Test Go over Test
Determine areas of strengths and weaknesses in your test-taking skills
Learn from your mistakes
Reward yourself After The Test What am I being asked to find? Questions to Ask Yourself When Problem Solving F means you failed a test, not life; interpret it as feedback and motivation to do better next time. Arrive to the test site early RELAX Quick "Mind Dump" Answer easy questions first Keep an eye on the clock What do I need to know? What information has been provided? Can I break the problem down into parts? Does the answer make sense? 'F' is for FEEDBACK! Indicates that you did not understand the material Is a message to try something differently before next test Changes your thinking and behavior in ways to promote your success Make Me #2 Keeley, Meg. "The Basics of Effective Learning." <http://faculty.bucks.edu/specpop/tests.htm>, Bucks County Community College, 5 Oct. 2011. Web.
Scholastic Staff "De-Stress for That Test: A Before and After Guide." <http://www.scholastic.com/teachers/article/de-stress-test-and-after-guide>. Scholastic Teachers, Web. 19 Nov. 2012.
Staudt, Maureen. Stranz, Michael. “Studying across the Curriculum” Becoming A Master Student Fourteenth Edition Dave Ellis, 2013 pg197
Staudt, Maureen. Stranz, Michael. “’F is for Feedback” Becoming A Master Student Fourteenth Edition Dave Ellis, 2013 pg198 Works Cited