Exam, is one activity that is often feared by some people. Quite often someone who has done a good preparation, but in fact obtain unexpected results. Here are some tips that can help you in the face sheets of exam questions.
1. Come with good preparation and early.
Bring all the stationery you need, such as pencils, pens, calculators, dictionaries, h (hand), eraser, tip ex, rulers, and others. This equipment will help to maintain concentration during the test.
2. Calm and confident.
Remind yourself that you are ready and will do the test well.
3. Relax but alert.
Choose a chair or a comfortable place to take a test. Make sure you have enough place to do it. Maintain an upright sitting position.
4. Preview your examination questions first (if the test has not time limited)
Spend 10% of the total test time to read the exam questions in depth, mark the key words and decide how much time it takes to answer each question. Plan to work on the problems the easy first and most difficult problem. When you read the questions, note also the ideas that came to be used as an answer.
5. Answer exam questions are strategic.
Start by answering the easy questions you know, then with the questions which have the highest value. The last question that you should do is the most difficult problem, which takes the time to write the answer, and has the smallest value
6. When working on multiple-choice questions, know the answers to be chosen / guessed.
At start, ignore the answers that you know are wrong. Guess the answer is always an option when there is no penalty for value, or when there is no answer choices that you can ignore. Do not guess the answer choices when you do not know exactly when the sentence reduction and value in use. Because the first option will usually correct answer, do not change unless you are sure you will do the correction.
7. When working on an essay exam, think about the answer before writing.
Create a framework of short answers to the essay by noting first some ideas that you want to write. Then nomori these ideas for the sort where you are going to discuss it first.
8. Set aside 10% of your time to proofread your answers.
Check your answer: resist the urge to immediately leave the classroom immediately after you answer all the exam questions. Check again that you have completed all the questions. Re-read your answers to check spelling, grammar and punctuation. For answers to math, check if there is negligence (eg misplaced decimal). Compare your answers with the actual math calculations concise.
9. Analysis of the results of your examination.
Each test can help you in preparing for the next exam. Decide which strategies are appropriate to you. Determine which strategy did not work and change. Use previous exam papers when studying for final exams.