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Open book test taking tips

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  • 1. Open Book Test Taking Tips
  • 2. STUDY!!!
    • Spend an equal or greater amount of time preparing as you would for a normal test. The open book test will most likely be harder than if it were a closed book exam.
  • 3. PREPARE!!!!
    • Familiarize yourself with the book and relevant materials.
  • 4. PREPARE A KEY SHEET!!
    • If it's allowed, write down all the important formulas and key information on a separate sheet so you don't have to search through your book for it.
  • 5. Learn Main Idea
    • Focus on learning the main ideas and get a feel for where they are located in the book, learn the details later if there's still time
  • 6. Highlight!!!
    • Highlight important points, use post-it notes, bookmarks and make notes in your book, if it is allowed.
  • 7. Remember Your Resources!
    • Bring all the resources that your professor or teacher allows.
  • 8. Answer Easy Questions First!
    • Answer the easy questions that you know off the top of your head first, then go back and answer the questions where you need to reference your book.
  • 9. Don’t Forget Quotes!
    • Use quotations from the book to support your view, but don't over-quote, be sure to give your own insight and commentary.