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  • 1. Studying for Tests
  • 2. Attitude and preparation are key to successfully passing tests.when you feel prepared to take a test, successfullypassing the test becomes infinitely more manageableand less stressful.The first thing to do to prepare for a test is to gatheras much information as possible about the test itself.
  • 3. the most common types of assessment or test items True/false: Probably one of the most basictest items, this type of questionmakes a statement. As the test-taker, you evaluate thatstatement and say whether it istrue or false.
  • 4. Multiple choice:In this type of question, theinstructor writes astatement, and then providesseveral possible answers.You select the best answerfrom the list.
  • 5. Fill-in-the-blank:For other questions, the instructormay just provide the statement, butnot any possible answers.
  • 6. Matching questions:Another type of question youfind on exams requires you tomatch items from one list toitems in a second list.
  • 7. Essay questions: For topics that require anexpression of your thoughts andideas.
  • 8. Performances:For some classes, your grademay be based on performance.
  • 9. how to make the most of your study time?You can make the most of your preparation time by doing the following: Complete your reading assignments. Take good notes Do your homework assignments.
  • 10. REVIEWING READINGS✓ Read through your reading notes and quiz yourself✓ Ask yourself the six main journalism questions and seewhether you can answer them about the topic✓ Look at the review questions (if any) in the book to getan idea of what the textbook author thought wasimportant.✓ If you’re able to highlight in your book, read throughthe highlighted parts to get the main ideas✓ Imagine that you’re the instructor.✓ Rather than review material and try to memorize it,take a more active approach.✓ Think about what you don’t know about the subject.
  • 11. REVIEWING LECTURE NOTESGood notes equal good test preparation.1-anticipate the types of ideas and concepts2-what the instructor stressed.
  • 12. Final Tips on Studying for Your TestFocus on your weak areas.Set up a study group of students of similar abilities andsimilar motives.Share information even if you don’t study in a group.Rather than memorize facts, use a better method forrecalling information.Experience the idea in as much detail as possible.Quiz yourself throughout your assignments, not justbefore tests.Relate the information to other ideas or subjects.Apply the information.Learn to apply conceptual information (ideas) as well asprocedural (steps or processes).Don’t waste time worrying.