Write an essay where you tell us what test preparation practices work best for you and why.
There are a few test preparation practices that I stand by and use every time I need to prepare for a test. The first is notecards. This type of preparation works for all kinds of tests because all you have to do is write down a possible question, definition, or short answer question on one side, and write the answer to the question on the other side. I have used this method for math tests, vocabulary tests, business tests, and more. The second test preparation I use every time I take a test is rereading and rewriting my notes. This may seem like a no-brainer type of preparation, but I find it to be the most useful because it goes over what the professor talked about in class and almost ensures you're going over the right information. Although sometimes tedious, rewriting your notes is proven to help you remember the information. These two test preparation practices are a couple of them that work best for me, but there are many others out there that could work better for someone else. The key to finding your own best test prep practices is to try them all out and find out which one works best for you. It's important to find out which practice works best for you!
Delani from Nebraska
Concordia University Nebraska