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Test Taking StrategiesFrom the University of Minnesota – Duluth()Examinations are a fact of life in college. But the only time an exam should be a trial is whenyou aren't prepared for it, and the best sign that you aren't prepared is when you have to stay upall night to "cram." Cramming won't do very much for you (except make you so tired that whenyou take the exam you won't be able to think clearly enough to answer the questions you DOknow).Here are some tips to help you develop test taking skills:BEFORE THE TEST1.Start preparing for your exams the first day of class. You can do this by reading yoursyllabus carefully to find out when your exams will be, how many there will be, and howmuch they are weighed into your grade.2.Plan reviews as part of your regularly weekly study schedule; consequently, you reviewover the whole quarter rather than just at exam time.

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Fall
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Wood,Nilsson,Abrischamchi
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