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College Success Study Tip of the Month
Almost inevitably, the teacher gets asked during class by one or more students about what will be asked on the final exam?, and you can benefit from this. (Try not to be the person who asks the teacher this question). Some teachers specifically devote time, even an entire class period, to reviewing or at least discussing the final exam. YOU SHOULD ATTEND THE CLASS WHEN THE TEACHER WILL REVIEW FOR AND GIVE INFORMATION ABOUT THE FINAL EXAM. Write down as much as possible of what the teacher tells you about the final exam. From what you know of the teacher from the semester so far (including any tests/exams already given) and from the information given about the final exam, come up with questions that are likely to be asked, and answer them. If you certainly know the question(s) to be asked on an essay test, you should write the answer to it while studying, as part of your studying, using your books and class notes. Once you write the essay(s), you should keep reviewing it until the test. The more times you review it, the better chance you have of remembering the entire essay, even word for word as you wrote it from your books and notes while studying. The same is true if your final exam will be multiple choice: the more times you review your notes and books, the better chance you have to Get Good Grades.
By David Love, author of "Get Good Grades In College Now".
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