Write an essay where you tell us what test preparation practices work best for you and why.
Another test prep habit that I have picked up for subjects unrelated to math is organization from biggest to smallest, as well as connecting the unfamiliar subject matter to something that I'm familiar with or at least understood at first glance. For example, I have been taking an Anatomy and Physiology class, with practicals being done on the numerous systems. In order to memorize for example the bones and the structures on them, I would first start with the placement of the bones. The radius has a circular structure up at the top, hence the name radius. Its placement is on the outside of the ulna, so to remember that, one can just associate the R in radius with Right. Once you get the hang of going through the bones like this, your brain makes the connections quickly and easily.
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