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

The most efficient strategy I have for myself is by far the flashcards. The reason I say this is because I am what most people would call a kinesthetic, or tactile, learner. This means that I am more of a hands-on learner, rather than just reading or listening. What is great about the flashcards is that I create them myself, rather than just reading facts, I write them and then recite them myself. This test preparation practice allows me to memorize even the smallest of details in the most efficient way possible. If you find yourself excelling more when you must be hands-on to learn, I would highly recommend flashcards as it is one of the most hands-on strategies for test preparation. One of the largest benefits that Mometrix provides when using the flashcards is that you don’t have to create your own, you can select one of the sets they have already made for you, making studying even easier. These flashcards are spread wide in variety, meaning that no matter what you are studying academically or professionally, it is ready for your use! Unfortunately, finding the test preparation practice that works best for you is not always a breeze, the three main ways people typically learn best is visual, auditory, and kinesthetic. Though it is not easy to figure out right of the bat what type of learner you are, Mometrix has options for you to explore what kind of learner you are! There are videos available on numerous topics (including the ACT!) as well as simple printed texts, providing more than enough information on a vast and expanding amount of material for kinesthetic, auditory, and casual learners.

Madison from Washington
High School Senior
South Kitsap High School