Here are some tips to past a Test at school

Here are some tips to past a Test at school

Well, it’s back to school, which means it’s back to tests 😦 Which also might mean it’s back to being stressed out.

Exam

I have already done my midterm exam. If you don’t know what a midterm exam is, it’s an exam given near the middle of an academic grading term, or near the middle of any given quarter or semester.

If you want to pass tests, then try these tips that I always use:

1. Do your homework: Always try to complete all of your assignments, essays, and homework. I just realized that homework was important because the teachers warn the students to finish all of their homework. So try your best to do your homework and you’ll definitely get extra points.

2. Schedule your study time: Trying to fill in all of your studying the night before a test is impossible because you won’t be able to master all of the material, and it also makes you tired on the day of the test. Instead, prepare for a test by scheduling your study time each day for several days before. Trust me, the step is pretty important.

I usually study a day before and a little bit before the test day, and I spend the whole day resting.

3. Use your time wisely: Before studying, clear your desk of electronics and your phone so you don’t get distracted. When hitting the books,  be sure to take a few breaks (not too much though).

4. Form a Study group: Studying with a parent or friends can help you better understand the material and learn from one another. But you have to keep the group small, the larger the group, the more confusion, the more distractions.

I never had a study group before.  I only had a partner, which was pretty good. Many of my classmates recommend this step because it works many times.

5.  Get ready: Sharpen your pencils, grab your pens, and get your bag ready the night before the test. Get a good sleep and eat your healthy breakfast. Now your mind and body is prepared.

You must get your rest. It very important. I didn’t get enough sleep many times and I’m not able to think. So sleeping is very important.

Now you’re ready! Good luck!

Answer sheet

Now, The Test: 

1. Answer the easiest questions first, then the hard ones.

2. Read the instructions and the questions carefully (you might miss something).

3. Guess if you have to (if you’re really stumped).

4. If you start to feel stressed, remember to breathe deeply and relax.


I hoped this will help the students out there and good luck!

 

 

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8 Comments »

  1. This is all very good advice Dan. It took me years to figure many things out – like start with the question you can answer well first and this gets you into the exam – as you say.
    I hope you did well in your mid-terms.
    Here in SA the kids are also half way through the year and have just gone back to school after a few weeks’ winter holiday. In UK they are starting their long summer holidays.

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