1. Prepare for exam days in advance, not the night before. Six hours of study spread over six days, one hour a day, will be more effective than six hours of concentrated study just before the exam.
2. Try to relate your notes to the textual readings.
3. Seminar with fellow students. Try to predict examination questions.
4. Ask the instructor how he expects to test you and on what subject matter.
5. Memorize facts, names, dates, figures, etc. for an objective test. Study general concepts and theories for an essay exam, but don't forget specific facts to support your generalizations.
6. Be sure to follow directions when taking the test.
7. Read test questions carefully. Know exactly what is called for.
8. Plan your time when taking the test. Scan the whole test to determine what is required and then allocate time for answering proportionate to the points awarded for each question.
9. Outline your answers before you begin to write. Coherent, well-organized answers are worth points!
10. Proofread essay answers. By "cleaning up" answers, you may raise your grade.
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