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Test taking tips - Ms. McGill class

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Amaja Andrews

on 3 March 2013

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Transcript of Test taking tips - Ms. McGill class

How to be prepared: Test taking tips Get a good nights rest before you take your test How to answer reading questions on a test: Read the question(s) carefully and UNDERLINE the VERB(S)

Circle the key NOUNS if needed

example: Read the questions first then read the text. Writing/ Grammar on a test: The pronoun "I" is always capitalized.
ex: i am going to do my best when taking my test. (NO)
ex: I am going to carefully review my answers. (YES) Double check your work after you finish Eat breakfast that morning of the test Don't rush through your test ( take your time) Be confident in your answer Use your time wisely when taking a test Be relaxed and answer all the questions ~ This is to make sure that you understand what the question is asking. Refer back to the text to identify support for the question.
The details may be directly stated or implied.
Use quotation marks when copying directly from the text. Use your own background knowledge to extend your response.

Think I.C.E- Identify/ Cite/ Extend Checklist: Did I restate a portion of the question in my response?
Did I cite relevant details to support my answer?
Did I extend my response to demonstrate a deeper understanding? (Use with inferential questions)
Is my answer logical? Is my answer written legibly? Did I check for grammatical and spelling errors? A sentence begins with capital letters, ALWAYS. (Remember to capitalize the first letter in a sentence.) A punctuation should be placed at the end of a sentence, ALWAYS.

ex: What did you say? Subject/ Verb agreement

Subject= who/what the sentence is about (usually a noun)

Verb= what is being done or the state of being

ex:The class created strategies for taking test. Thanks for watching and take these tips into consideration! :) Turn off the lights when watching this presentation! THANKS!!!!
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