Write an essay where you tell us what test preparation practices work best for you and why.

The way I study is by repetitively writing the question and answer about 10 times. I do this usually every night before I have to take my exam or quiz. Another very effective way for me at least is using the app Quizlet. On Quizlet I would make up study sets (or flashcards) by entering all the important questions and definitions usually from my study guide to practice, when I clicked on the symbol that looks like a speaker it tells the word; (for example in medical terminology algia and also the definition which is pain and suffering) When I wanted to conquer the multichoice aspect of studying my test information in multiple choice I would click on learn and I would have my definition and choice of four words to choose from one of this being the correct answer. If I wanted hear the definition of the question and choice the correct answer I would click on write. There is also a match game, where I would match the answer to the definition while being timed. When I was confident enough that I would ace the quis or test I would take the test I created by entering my test or study informaion. I could the number of questions, how I wanted to answer them (example both term and defination),as well as the types of questions I wanted to answer on my practice quiz (true/false, multiple choice or written) Usually I would choice 50 questions and all question types. I started studying like this when I started attending American College of Healthcare on March 2015 as a physical/massage therapist until December 2015 with a total of 32 study sets(flashcards) from medical terminology to ny final exam when I finally graduated. So, to answer the question of why I think quizlet worked for me is I created my own study tool and it helped me earn A's on all of my tests/quizzes. I also graduated with a 4.0 and Summa Cum Laude from my school because of Quizlet. I encourage everyone to use this as a learning tool. It maybe very repetive and overweling but in all it really makes it fun.

Sarah from California
College Freshman
California Baptist University