Skills to improve memory
University of Utah, Utah
When I study for test I don't always remember what I have read. I need better memory skills.
Taking Objective test
Patrick Almazan, College Freshman
Intercoast College, West Covina, Ca
Personally, I use some of these strategies. In high school whenever I was posed with a multiple choice question I always used the proccess of elimination to increase the chances of answering correctly. Sometimes just simple rewording the question can help you to find the answer, because this jogs the mind too.
When it comes to fill in the black question I use to always look for the articles an or a to know what that word or words should start with. If it had an "a" it would definitely be a consonant beginning word and if it had an "an" it would be a vowel begining word.
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