Tests - Objective Sites

Study Tips for Finals   PDF file PDF file
Covers both in class exams as well as take home essays!
Survival Strategies for Taking Tests
What to do before you begin, including do a mind dump!
Ten Tips for Teriffic Test Taking
Can you answer test questions in strategic order?
Test Preparation Workshop
Are you studying a lot by still getting low grades on tests? Then this workshop is for you!
Multiple Choice
Should you change your answer? How to deal with difficult questions. How to prepare ahead of time and how to find out what went wrong afterwards. This is a must read resourse! This resource includes a section on how to handle ONLINE multiple choice exams. If you are taking online classes, be sure to scroll down to this section.
Taking Objective Tests   PDF file PDF file
What's the secret? tips for answering multiple choice, matching, fill in the blanks and true/false.
The Seven-Day Study Plan
There's so much to cover. I have to review both the lecture AND the textbook. Here's how!
How to Prepare for Tests
If I only knew what the instructor wanted!
Resources - Exam Strategies
Studying is one thing, but remembering for the test ... Try out these strategies.
Strategies to use with difficult exam questions
Help! Here's another question that I don't remember. How am I going to figure out the answer?
Multiple Choice or Multiple Guess?
Click on Multiple Choice or scroll down to this section. Find out What are the 3 "unsavory characteristics" of multiple choice exams? Need more help? Read on for the In-test Strategies for Multiple Choice.
How to Be Prepared for Tests: 15 Steps to Success   PDF file PDF file
I didn't know that there were steps that I could take. Recommends protein meals before tests for brain power
Problem-Solving Exams
Get hints for solving difficult problems. Try out 3 different approaches for problem solving: 3R, ABCDE, or ROPOSE, which also works as an effective study technique!
Taking Problem-solving Tests
Good for the sciences as well as math!
Lab Exams
Do you have a lab exam? Do you have to look at slides or specimens? How do you study for this? Or maybe you have the Bell ringer exam, where they ring the bell and everyone has to move to the next station! How nerve racking is that. Here are some strategies to deal with this.