Write an essay where you tell us what test preparation practices work best for you and why.
Another thing that helps me study is writing up possible test question. In a google doc I will use lecture points or key areas from the book to put together a fake test with possible answers. By thinking of answers that aren't correct but are close it helps me not get mixed up on tests. When I take the real exam I am more prepared and I am more confident in my answer because I know how my professor may be trying to "trick" us if you will.
Finally, I do a lot of active movements. Memorizing can be hard and sometimes concepts are hard to grasp when they're just words on a page. Because of this, I add actions or movements or even songs to help me remember. One recent example of how I used this was my muscle lab practical. We had to know the muscles as well as insertion and origin. That can sometimes be hard to remember but by pairing a muscle and its information with a work out, it was easier to remember.
Mattison from Arizona
Chandler Gilbert Community college