Writing Tests

Lately, for the past couple of tests I've written, I suddenly blank out and can't recall any information...

Normally I've been fine, but writing tests has suddenly become more difficult for me. I do study a lot, though - reviewing notes and doing questions. Perhaps I'm not studying efficiently? I don't know..

*Do you have any tips on how I can improve my test-taking?

Also, I always do so poorly on the multiple choice part (really, I'd prefer long answer questions). I know about the process of elimination, but do you have any other tips for answering multiple choice questions?

Thanks for your help.

asked by Lucy
  1. http://www.studygs.net/
    In the right column, there's an excellent section on taking tests more efficiently.

    Scroll down until you see the "taking tests" sections.

    (Broken Link Removed)
    There isn't a specific section here for test-taking skills, but there is one for concentration and memory.

    posted by Writeacher
  2. maybe,

    posted by kristy

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