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Studying for a Test
Transcript of Studying for a Test
Some Simple Tricks to Studying for a Test
Studying for a test, regardless of the weight, can prove to be a nerve-racking experience.
But, by never assuming the geography of a test, consistently studying the material, and knowing your own study habits, you take that test with confidence.
Never assume you know the geography of a test! By basing your study material off of your assumptions, you limit the material you cover, possibly causing you to exclude other important information.
Multiple choice test=Easy test
The professor didn't cover it in class, so it won't show up on the test.
We haven't even opened the book --I don't need to use it when studying.
Study ALL of the information provided in the resources available to you.
Study Strong--Study Often
When a test is 3 weeks away, it doesn't seem like a big deal. But when that test is tomorrow, and you haven't really studied, that test becomes a big problem.
The solution? Review your material a little bit every day.
Great ways to do this:
Do extra problems
Complete chapter/section reviews
Everyone has their own learning style, and it's important to understand your unique style in order to maximize your test prep.
If you're not sure what type of learner you are, check out page 125-133 in your Student Guidebook.
Know Your Learning Style
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DSU Writing Center
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