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Predicting Test Questions

An effective way to study for tests is to predict the questions that will be on the test. Predicting test questions will help you to focus on the most important information to know going into the test. The key to predicting test questions is to identify the most likely sources of information from which your teacher will construct test questions. Read on for tips to further help you accurately predict test questions.  
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You need a good study place to prepare to study. Examine each of the nine questions about your study place that follow. You should be able to answer yes to each question. The first question is 'Is my study place available to me whenever I need it?' Your study place does you little good if you cannot use it when you need it.
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Free teaching tip Spelling is a difficult skill for many students. Many words in English are not spelled the way they sound. Further, even when rules apply, the number of rules ... Another free teaching tip Drilling is a strategy which promotes acquisition of knowledge through repetition. The skills and knowledge acquired through drilling will prepare students for more meaningful learning. ...
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Free Study Tip I repeat everything in my head over and over again to remember it. If it's math I memorize the steps.
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Student, 11th grade
Fresno, California, California
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Another free Study Tip Firstly, keep away from all distractions such as cell phone, iPod, and TV. Then use a technique in which you visualize what you are studying, then imagine what it actually is, then try to make an answer in your own words. Then use your textbook to improve your vocabulary. Note: This technique only in theory subjects.
  submitted by Zaheer Baig
Graduate Student, Ramaiah Institute of Technology
Bangalore, India
A random study tip submitted by one of our visitors Sometimes you will find that a class lecture is very difficult. Then what you should do is read everything you can about the topic. Then you can understand what was said in class.
  submitted by Malaika Arshad
Student, 9th
Lahore, Pakistan
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