How to Avoid Distractions During a Standardized Test

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So you've been studying for weeks, probably months, for that hours-long, high-stakes standardized test. Much of your future will be determined by your performance. Perhaps your goal is college, graduate school, or a new career. Now that the big day has almost arrived, you'll want to know how to maximize your performance and avoid distractions. This article covers how to do that for both the day leading up to your test and the actual day of the test. You may need to purchase a few items...Read Full Story

How to Pass an Important Test

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All tests have one thing in common: you want to pass them. Failing the test won't help you in the long run, so it's important to know how to prepare to pass that big test. Stuck in a situation where you don't know how to? This article can help. Steps to Pass an Important Test Once you get the study guide, make plans right away to study as soon as possible. No excuses, no distractions. Blowing the night out with friends isn't worth it, since you can always hang out with them any other day...Read Full Story

How to Study 5 Minutes Before a Test

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Just before a test, it can sometimes be helpful to cram a few more minutes of studying in...  Here are a few helpful tips about to to make the best use of those final minutes. Last Minute Studying Steps Bring the textbook with you to school or the testing facility. Prepare all of your notes, along with your textbook. Try to skim through the pages and study the important things that will definitely be on the test. If you still have time, move onto the somewhat-important things, and finally...Read Full Story

How to Do Well on Multiple Choice Questions

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Multiple choice questions on a test may seem to be very difficult, but if you have done your job and studied, there are ways to know the correct answer in any test of this type. Test Taking Steps Study! If you know the answers already you wont have to guess that much. Look for similarities in the answers choices and eliminate wrong answers, especially during a math test. EX. If the answer choices to a question as like: A. 2X+5 B. 2X-5 C. 4x+5 D. 5X+2 Eliminate answers that are different...Read Full Story