Write an essay where you tell us what test preparation practices work best for you and why.
I also find it’s useful for me to try and explain specific things to a friend or family member. They say that if you can explain something to someone who knows nothing about it, then you truly understand the content. Being forced to break down what you’re talking about to someone who has no idea about it reinforces your understanding of the topic.
Another small trick I use is to make pictures or words that can help me remember things. For example, I have to know which vitamins are lipid soluble (meaning they’re broken down by fats). These vitamins are A, D, K, and E. To remember this, I rearrange them into the word KADE. It helps enormously on a test, as it’s much easier to remember a word than to remember 4 individual vitamin names.
Amanda from North Carolina