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Logical/mathematical intelligence involves numbers and reasoning. You can activate your logical/mathematical intelligence by studying formulas, doing calculations, and solving problems.

 
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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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Using Abbreviations

 
Teachers talk faster than you can write. This makes it difficult to write in your notes all the important information they say. To help with this problem, you should try to write your notes as quickly as possible. One way to do this is to use abbreviations. Some words have a commonly used abbreviation. For those words that do not, here are three ways to create your own abbreviations.
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Free Study Tip Reread questions from a book or worksheet. Then write these questions and their answers on a separate piece of paper. Study these whenever you can.
 
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Another free Study Tip Study what you have in hand and concentrate on what you are reading. Most students roam in the mind while keeping books in their hands. Prepare and plan for your studying.
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Umerkot, Pakistan
 
A random study tip submitted by one of our visitors "The first thing when you get home from school each day, you should just study what you will be learning the next day. You should study for your Chapter Test too"!
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