Write an essay where you tell us what test preparation practices work best for you and why.
I've also learned of the importance of working with my classmates in small study groups. Creating a Google Doc allows us to share information in real time and even make notes or remarks to share with one another always proves beneficial. The way I might process the information make not make sense initially but having a counterpart share their perspective might be exactly what I need.
Cramming for a test is not something I desire to do. I want to start with learning the information so that it is retained and not memorized. Conversations, debates, and discussions help me so that I might have a deeper understanding of the content.
Test preparation starts with first being present and eager to listen/learn. Next, reviewing the information allows for the information to be rooted deeper into my brain. Finally, seeking for input from peers helps me to get a different perspective or answers to questions from fellow classmates. If I need clarity; I cannot be afraid to ask questions from my professors, my peers, and even at times from my husband. Studying begins with a desire and a drive to learn. That is true not just for me but for every student.
Anna from Texas