Genius Tips for Girls to Want to Ace Every Test 🏫 πŸ•“ ...


Wouldn't it be great if we could all go into a test or exam feeling super prepared and confident that we're going to totally ace it?!

Okay so maybe it's not realistic to think that we're always going to feel like this...but we can at least try, right? πŸ˜ƒ ✌️

Keep reading for just a few genius tips for anyone who wants ace every test that comes their way!

No matter, just make sure that you do the very best that you can, keep up that motivation and drive to succeed in your studies and good luck to you! πŸ€ ✨ ❀️

1. Test Yourself for a Different Approach πŸ‘± πŸ“˜

Although it's great to have someone else there to help test you on your study notes, you can actually test yourself really easily so this is definitely worth a try for those times when no one is around to help you.

It can be really helpful to try have these different approaches to studying as you might learn more effectively in some ways more than others.

If you don't find it particularly helpful to have someone else test you, testing yourself is a great alternative - especially if you're someone who prefers to study independently like I am!

2. Brainstorm Key Ideas and Topics πŸ“Œ πŸ“Ž

One thing that I always found very helpful when studying for an important test is to go through the bulk of your notes (written in the classroom or lecture room) for the major topics which you know (or have a good idea) will be in the test.

Use a critical eye to 'pull out' or extract the key points of information, like processes or orders that you will need to remember if it comes up as a question.

Also look for key words or phrases.

Make a brainstorm and write these key ideas around it.

It can also help to colour code certain pieces of information, so grab yourself a few highlighters and highlight the key ideas in different colours.

This can really work for some people, since often it's easier to remember a certain colour than a whole piece of information in a stressful situation like a test or an exam, right?

Then the colour you remember will be associated to the key idea that you paired with it...simple yet effective!

Take Regular Breaks While Studying πŸ“– πŸ•’
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