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TIPS FOR TEST TAKING
When you take a test, you are demonstrating your ability to understand course material, or perform certain tasks. The test forms the basis of evaluation or judgment for your course of study. There are many environmental conditions, including your own attitudes and conditions, which influence how you perform during tests.
These suggestions may help:
Come prepared; arrive early for tests
Stay relaxed and confident
Be comfortable but alert
Preview the test
Answer the test questions in a strategic order.
When taking a multiple choice test, know when to guess.
Try to reserve some time for review.
Analyze your test results.
Qualifiers are words that restrict or open up general statements.
Words like "no, never, none, always, every, entirely, only" restrict possibilities and usually imply false statements. They imply a statement must be true 100% of the time. Qualifiers like "sometimes, often, frequently, ordinarily, generally" open up the possibilities of more accurate statements and usually indicate true answers. They make more modest claims and are more likely to reflect reality.
Every part of a true sentence must be true.
If any one part of the sentence is false, the whole sentence is false despite many other true statements. Therefore read long sentences carefully and pay attention to each group of words set off by punctuation. Sentences with long strings of words are most likely - but not always - false statements.Adapted from the University of St.Thomas Learning Center
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