5 Rules (and One Secret Weapon) for Acing Multiple Choice Tests
How to Pass Any School Test in Middle School
Be prepared for every class.Bring all the supplies you'll need. Binders, pencils, pens, paper, erasers, sharpeners, textbooks and loose leaf or notebooks. Don't "forget" these things at home; you'll need them and you don't want to be milking them out of your classmates, it'll make you look irresponsible to your teacher and will most likely annoy your classmates who always have to lend you their things. Being prepared is one the most important things in any school, and in any class.
Don't lose anything!Be organized! Keep all your notes in a binder for that class or teacher and keep them in order by date. Never throw out any notes. Even if they are from last term or the beginning of the school year, you never know when you'll be doing a full year review or exam. If old notes are cluttering your binder just transfer them to a pocket folder or duo-tang for safekeeping. This is good if you want to pass the MSP or any state test; taking notes is important preparation for any test. Always keep your notes!
Always do your homework!One of the important things in any school is that you always have to do your homework. During the whole school year think about how many homework assignments you've done. Even if you don't get A's on all of your tests at least you'll get an okay grade because of all of your homework assignments. To you, homework that isn't graded might seem useless and a waste of time, but in reality, it's preparing you for quizzes and tests and constantly refreshing your mind on the subject. It also shows responsibility and dedication to schoolwork, which teachers always appreciate.
Always pay attention in school.This way you won't have to study as much. Also, instead of trying to remember the work, jot down some fast and easy notes during class.
- Learn how to take notes properly. If you want to make sure you hear and remember everything take quick notes, only using the most important details of each sentence.You can remove transition words such as "the". For example, instead of writing "The fox chased the rabbit down the hole", write "Fox chased rabbit down hole".
Find out which study method helps you most.For example, making a song on the material and then just remembering the song.
Have a designated study area.Always study in an area where you won't be distracted. Turn off the TV and computer (unless you need it to study, in that case, log out of things like social networks and e-mail) and any other electronics. Tell your family members that you are studying and ask them to try to be quiet. If you find yourself distracted in one area, move to another.
- Places that you shouldn't study in include your bed, and in front of the TV or any high traffic area (where everyone walks through).
Take your time.Read all of your notes and go over past worksheets or assignments. Make sure you cover everything you don't understand or are having trouble with multiple times.
QuestionDo these methods apply for all grades? What about classes?Community AnswerYes. Even though some grades or classes might be different than others, these methods should work fine for every grade/class. If not, talk to your teacher about the test, and ask what to do to study for it.Thanks!
QuestionWhat do I do when I fail?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerReview areas that you had a hard time with, accept that you weren't prepared for the exam, and take measures to prepare and study better for the next one. If you're having problems with the subject, ask your teacher, parent, or older sibling to help.Thanks!
QuestionWhat are some apps for math?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerPhotomath and Zwerl are two options.Thanks!
QuestionHow can I focus in class?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerIf you don't have assigned seats, then try to sit as close to the front of the room as possible. This makes it less likely that you'll be able to talk or do anything distracting. If your friends distract you, ask them to sit elsewhere or ask your teacher if you can be moved away from them.Thanks!
QuestionWhat should I do if my grade drops?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerAdopt different study methods and use the one you are more comfortable with. Try to establish what went wrong, and remember to be realistic.Thanks!
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- Get lots of rest the night before the test, and eat breakfast the day of the test as well. This will ensure that you're wide awake for the test.
- Ask your parents for help if you have something you don't understand.
- Don't stress yourself with teenage drama.
- If you can, ask your teacher about what the test will be like. Will it be multiple choice, short answer, long answer, essay? Or a mixture of all of them? Make sure you know exactly what you're studying for.
- Study for every test! Don't be too confident in what you think you remember, because come test time you might just blank out.
- Make sure you fully understand the lessons.If you don't, ask for any help.
- Get a planner to write down the due dates for assignments.
- Ask your teacher the main points of the test. So you can summarize chapters or questions which are going to be asked during the exams.
- Never stay up late and cram the night before the test. Not only will you be very tired the next morning, but you may not retain any of the information.
- Never study what you're not supposed to. You could get mixed up with other information you need to learn.
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