1. Designate a Study Area.
Clear a designated study space at home or at your local library. Somewhere quiet with little distraction.
2. Get Organized.
Make a list or better yet use a calendar to organize. Balance your homework, tests and extra curricular activities by using a planner.
3. Develop a Study Plan.
You should create a study plan and allow ample time to prepare in order to avoid night before cramming for the exam.
4. Think Positively.
A positive attitude can change the way your child approaches the exam.
5. Create a Study Group.
Working in groups can help students when they’re struggling to understand a concept by having discussing with peers.
6. Test-Taking Strategies.
Stay calm, get a good nights sleep, eat a nutritious breakfast, read all directions and utilize any stress relief techniques. Such as: exercise, meditation, yoga etc…
7. Make note cards.
Browse the text book for key words and make note cards with key words and definitions.
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