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Test-Taking Hacks πŸ™Œ

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06/03/2015
  • As the summer approaches, many people are busy getting ready for finals. Fear not! Here are some tips to making tests that much easier.
    As the summer approaches, many people are busy getting ready for finals. Fear not! Here are some tips to making tests that much easier.
  • Before you look at the answers to a multiple choice question, try to answer it in your head. People often second guess themselves when they see other possible answers, but if you see the answer you were thinking of it's most likely correct.
    Before you look at the answers to a multiple choice question, try to answer it in your head. People often second guess themselves when they see other possible answers, but if you see the answer you were thinking of it's most likely correct.
  • If the question ends with "a:" it usually means that the answer starts with a consonant. If the question ends with "an:" , then the answer begins with a vowel. This is one mistake that test-makers often make, but it works to the tester's advantage!
    If the question ends with "a:" it usually means that the answer starts with a consonant. If the question ends with "an:" , then the answer begins with a vowel. This is one mistake that test-makers often make, but it works to the tester's advantage!
  • DON'T FALL INTO THE C TRAP!! Tests answers are selected at random. You're far more likely to get the right answer if you try to make an educated guess or use the process of elimination.
    DON'T FALL INTO THE C TRAP!! Tests answers are selected at random. You're far more likely to get the right answer if you try to make an educated guess or use the process of elimination.
  • Be wary of invariable words like "always" and "never". There's usually an exception to everything, so those answers can typically be ruled out as being incorrect.
    Be wary of invariable words like "always" and "never". There's usually an exception to everything, so those answers can typically be ruled out as being incorrect.
  • Wear a cute outfit! If you feel confident, you're more likely to do well.
    Wear a cute outfit! If you feel confident, you're more likely to do well.
  • Remember to like and save, and good luck on your tests!!

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