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Test Taking

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Lauren Quijano

on 19 November 2012

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Lauren Quijano
Adam Ziegler
Blade Osborne
Cody Hartman Tests: How to Master Them Review, review, review:
Do daily, weekly, and major reviews. Before the test True/False Taking the Test: How to take any and every type. Humanities Courses
*Preview and review reading assignments
*Make sure you are comforable with your note taking and reviewing of the notes.
*Create a list of key terms.

Across the Curriculum Be confident and prepared! How to: Overcome Test Anxiety After the Test "Test Preparation Tips." Test Preparation Tips. N.p., n.d. Web. 19 Nov. 2012. <http://www.testtakingtips.com/test/genpre.htm>.
Sources Create a schedule. When are you going to sit down and study? Create a checklist of all the material necessary for a complete review. Find what study tools work best for you. Create flashcards, practice tests, mind maps- ANYTHING! *read the question.
*MARS 'qualifier' words: Most, All, Rarely, Sometimes. Multiple Choice *Ask yourself the question then think of your own answer.
*Read all the answers over again.
*Look at the question and answer as a statement. Does it make it a true statement? Scantron
*Fill in the bubble completely and correctly.
*Don't make any stray marks outside of the bubble answer spots.
*Make sure each bubble corresponds with the answer you are on. Essay *Analyze the prompt.
*Outline the points you would like to make.
*Make your thesis statement clear and to the point in your introduction to answer any questions the reader may have in the beginning.

Short Answer
Use Key words to make it quick and to the point. Matching *Go through one column at a time
*Look for words that contain similar phrases or wordings.
*Cross out which words you have already found the match to. Math and Natural Sciences
*Keep definitions readily available for review.
*Use your book- it contains many visuals to help you understand concepts. Social Sciences
Record and review theories and how they relate to other concepts learned throughout the chapter. Allow yourself time! Avoid cramming before and Christmas-treeing during! Relax, take deep breaths. "What's the worst that can happen?" can help you think of how absurd it is to be scared over the test. Except that anxiety is going to happen. Don't allow it to control your test! After you finish the test, look back at lecture notes and your textbook to answer any questions you might have had on the test. or to reassure you the answer you chose was correct. Once you receive your graded test back, look at the answers you got wrong. Was it a wrong answer that could've been avoided? If so- don't stress it.
Accept it and start getting ready for the next test! Perkins, Dexter. "Reflection After Exam #1." Reflection After Exam #1. N.p., n.d. Web. 18 Nov. 2012. <http://serc.carleton.edu/NAGTWorkshops/metacognition/activities/28500.html>.
Ellis, David B., Doug Toft, Dean Mancina, and Eldon L. McMurray. "Chapter 6: Tests." Becoming a Master Student. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 2006. 177-99. Print.
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