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Tips Study For Test

1. Start getting ready in the beginning of the term
In the beginning of each term, you should not miss classes. This is the time when you meet your new teachers, get course books and course syllabuses and other elementary stuff. In addition, in the first weeks of each semester the instructors are busy introducing the new modules or topics. You have to be present to get first hand information. Take notes meticulously and ask the teacher a question if necessary.

2. While at home or dormitory, create a study schedule for the entire week
Plan your time as reasonably as possible when drafting your schedule. During your reading sessions every night, go through the notes you wrote during various lessons. Have a separate notebook to write notes as you study. At the end of the day, you will sleep knowing what was difficult to understand in each subject.

3. Work on your difficult areas as early as possible
Each day you will find out what was too difficult to comprehend on various subjects. You have to avoid procrastinating by solving these problem areas as soon as they are due. There are many ways of doing this. First, you can use your text books and the ones available at your school library. Read through the topic again carefully and thoughtfully. Download internet notes and read them too while making short notes. After gathering and analyzing extra information, create questions to ask a fellow student, members of your study group or teachers.

4. Find and try practical questions and exercises each day
You are certainly not the first student to learn the course you are doing. Thus, you can take advantage of the fact that there have been prior students who took a similar course in your school. Gather their past examination papers for revision. If your friend is taking a similar course at a different university, collage or high school, borrow his or her prior revision papers too. Look for past tests on your problem areas and use them for practice. Create questions personally and try to answer them without using your books or notes.