If it's mostly calculation: stoichiometry, physical properties, dilution, molarity, and everything in between, I would just practice like you would do your math homework, meaning do practice problems, and check your work.
If it's mostly conceptual theory and ideas, I tend to re-read/ write repeatedly. The more I write it down sometimes, the more I remember. Just try and sift to find the key point of something, just so that a sentence or two will spark your memory when asked.
I have to take a test tomorrow on math to decide whether or not I can make it into the next grade same for tomorrow for reading. What should I do to study? I don't have a textbook to study cause it's at school. Should I look over
How did the Louisiana Purchase set a precedent for the powers held by the President of the United States? If someone could copy & paste, I cannot follow links... and I need to know this. I have a test tomorrow, and i need to
A group of economics students gathered to study for a test on the money and banking system in the U.S. During a fast and furious brainstorm session, Jill scribbled down several key phrases she will use to study tomorrow.
Why is it recommended to develop a study plan? It tells you when your teacher is planning on giving the test It helps you organize what you will study and when you will study to ensure you have enough time•• It provides all of
Which of the studies below would be analyzed using a t-test for dependent means a. The study of the effectiveness of a new medication given to the same subjects at two points in time b. A study comparing men and women on a test of
4) The table below shows the study times and test scores for a number of students. Study Time (minutes) (x) 9 16 21 26 33 Test Score (y) 59 61 64 65 73 a)What line best relates study time to the test score? b)Calculate r and r^2.