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Keep your book bag organized. Donít just dump papers into your book bag as your school day goes on. Have a separate folder for each class in which you can keep handouts and homework assignments.
 

 
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Rewriting Class Notes

 
The best way to be certain that your class notes are complete and accurate is to review them in the evening while the information that was covered in class is still fresh in your mind. At this time you should rewrite your notes. As you do this, correct any errors, fill in any gaps, and add additional information as appropriate. Here are some tips to consider when you rewrite your class notes.  
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Multiple-Choice Tests

 
Many of the tests you will take in school will be multiple-choice tests. One type of multiple-choice item you will often find is an incomplete statement followed by several answer choices for completing the statement. Another common type of item is a question followed by several answer choices for correctly answering the question. Read on to learn about nine guidelines that will help you do your best when taking a multiple-choice test.
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Free teaching tip It is not unusual to find that the reason a student does not succeed on a task is because he or she did not understand the directions for the task. Be certain that the directions you give for a task are specific. The student must know ... Another free teaching tip The number of English-language learners (ELL) has been increasing over recent years. These students require rich and consistent experiences in developing English oral language. Here are some suggestions ...
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Free Study Tip Read everyday more as much as you can. After reading everyday I write about what I read. If you want to remember for a long time, you must write. After you write, I go back to check what I wrote.
 
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Another free Study Tip You can have your parent, guardian, or siblings help you study by using flash cards.
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