Write an essay where you tell us what test preparation practices work best for you and why.
My preparation practice depends on the subject I am studying. For example, if I am preparing for a math test, I do the practice problems in the back of the book. The more familiar I am with the math concepts the better I perform on my test. If I have a history test, I ask myself questions while I read and test myself on the concepts over and over again. The best way to study any material, however, is to practice it and practice retrieving it from your brain. The best way is to store it in your long-term memory. To store the information in your long-term memory, you need to reinforce the information. The best way to achieve this is to test yourself. This is why flashcards, practice questions, and study groups are the best way to study. Flashcards and practice questions can help you store the information in your long-term memory. Study groups can help reinforce the concepts by teaching others what you comprehend and asking others what you do not understand. Flashcards and practice questions can help you store the information in your long-term memory as well as reinforce it when you are testing yourself. These are just a few examples of how to practice retrieving information to do better on a test. These practices can really help you ace the test that might make you nervous.
Sarai from California
Brigham Young University