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Author: David Inthee


There are a lot of ways that you can study for important exams. The problem is that some cant just look through a textbook and pick up what they need to know. I know that when I was in college I always took really great notes in class and always tried to study my text book, but I never did as well as I wanted to do on my exams. One roommate I had suggested that I try practice exams. Though it was a bit of extra work, the extra work did the trick.

There was no Internet when I was in college, but now that it is something that many use, you can find practice exams on almost any type of subject that you can imagine. You can find some for younger children and you can find practice exams for college level courses. It might be hard to find ones that will really mimic what you are going to really be tested on, but you may find something close. You might even find online friends who go to different schools. They can help you by giving you past questions from tests they have taken, and you could do the same for them.

Just remember that practice exams are meant to jog your mind more so than they are to give you answers to your tests. The act of answering the questions will jar something in your mind when it is time to take the real test. As long as the subject material that you choose is very close to what you are studying, you may find these are quite helpful. They really cant take the place of proper study and notes taking in class, but you will find that they will help you out.

If you think these are something that you want to try, and you cant find anything online, you might want to talk to your teacher or your professor to see if they have anything that you might use. Perhaps they might have old tests that they no longer use. They might allow you to use them for practice exams. If you can get your hands on these, they might really give you an idea about how well you are understanding the subject material and where you need to do more work. If you still feel like you are struggling with the work, you might have to go another step further and look for a one on one tutor.


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