Speaking in public can be terrifying, but what if you also have to write a speech? Combining these two aspects can be horrific to some people. Learn how to write an informative speech and deliver it with ease.
Every day you have tons of information thrown at you in class that you have to be able to reproduce at a moment’s notice. So what can you do to remember? This list of common mnemonic devices will help you remember important facts in many different subjects.
Do you often freeze up during multiple choice tests? Are you daunted by the possibilities for a wrong answer? Here are four great tips that will change the way you look at multiple choice questions. You’re bound to improve your chances of success!
When you begin to study for GED testing, it can be an overwhelming experience. The length and complexity of the test can be very stressful. There are 9 easy tips to use to help make the testing situation easier. These tips can be used before and during the GED test.
True or false questions are often deceiving as you may think they are easy to answer. You only have the choice of either true or false as your answer. However, these questions can be more difficult than they look. Here are some test taking strategies for true false tests.
A little anxious about a big test coming up? Some students have a hard time calming pre-test jitters no matter how much they’ve studied. If you’re nervous the day before or day of a big test, try some of these tips.
Let’s face it, if you didn’t build up your vocabulary by reading Webster’s Dictionary during those high school Friday night dances, you might want to keep reading this article. Read on for some SAT vocabulary building tips.
“You have 25 minutes to complete the Critical Reading Section of this test. The time starts now.” How many times have you heard those words at the beginning of a test, any test? When those words are said for the PSAT/SAT tests, make sure you are strategic in how you conquer the reading section.
The SAT Critical Reading section should culminate a student’s high school Language Arts’ experience. After four years of reading novels, textbooks, and passage-based handouts, students should be prepared to conquer the SAT Critical Reading. If not, keep reading.
Picking the right word answer out of 4 or 5 multiple choice options, doesn’t have to be such an anguished decision. Learning how to identify synonyms and antonyms on reading tests may be the key to getting the good grade you want!