Tips for Managing Test-Day Anxiety
September 20, 2016
Prepare to Conquer Your Test
September 19, 2016
Success often involves learning new ways of doing things. For example, stop relying on your ear and learn to identify the grammar concept being tested
Initially, do not time yourself when you practice. If you don’t give yourself time to assimilate new ways of doing things, you’ll always repeat the same mistakes.
Gradually introduce a time constraint. You’ll now realize that success often depends on knowing shortcut that save you time.
Self-correction is critical. Learn from your own mistakes. Always redo que questions you got wrong and ask what should you should have known or done to answer those questions correctly.
Practice like you’d like to perform. If you practice concentration, you’ll avoid silly mistakes during the test. Mocks are also very important.
Practice regularly. Do one test section per day.
Real learning only happens when you’re able to use new information, so success requires diligence. But if you make practicing a daily habit, studying will become easier, and you’ll nail the test.
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