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How Do You Study For Algebra Quizzes And Tests?From Mathematics Forum:
How do YOU study for algebra quizzes and tests? All you smart contest math people, how do you study for algebra quizzes and tests? What are some tips and tricks?
Answer: The best advice I can offer is to do all the homework and to begin to study at least 3 days before the test. When you study do the homework problems, and if you get one wrong no matter how small the mistake do another similar problem correctly, the trick is that on math tests you need to be comfortable enough with the material to do things efficiently and accurately the time limit makes understanding the concepts alone, not enough.
Does Paying Attention In Class Help You On Quizzes And Tests?From Standards & Testing Forum:
Does paying attention in class help you on quizzes and tests? I really try to pay attention during class, but I just get bored and distracted. I study hard but I still pull off only B-/B on average. With the school year starting tomorrow, will paying attention in class help me a lot later on quizzes and tests?
Answer: Definitely. Most of the time, the teacher is the one making the test, so you should probably listen. Also, it'll be a very bad habit if you don't start now b/c in college, you won't have a prayer if you don't pay attention so get used to it now. Hope this helps.
Does Getting Good Grades (100%) On Assignments, Quizzes And Tests Help Bring Up A Grade If You Have An 80%?From Higher Education (University +) Forum:
Does getting good grades (100%) on assignments, quizzes and tests help bring up a grade if you have an 80%? Does getting good grades (100%) on assignments, quizzes and tests help bring up a grade if you have an 80% in the class?
Answer: Lets say you had an flat out 80 in that class, and then you started acing all the tests and quizzes and assignments, that 80 would be boosted up every time you received a high score on a test/quiz/assignment, so it would keep getting boosted up until you either have a A+(100) for the class or until you get a low grade, which would bring your grade down.
What Are Some Studying Techniques That Usually Work Out?From Other - Education Forum:
What are some studying techniques that usually work out? I have this habit of being lazy, I hate it. I've been trying to study for quizzes and tests, but I usually blank out during the actual test/quiz. It's like studying doesn't work for me, or maybe I'm just not doing it right. What are some ways that can prevent this from happening again?
Answer: Change something up while you are studying. For instance, maybe listen to music (unless it is too distracting) That may help you recall the info. You may be able to think of the song, and that may help you remember what you were studying while you heard that song. Another good one is to study in different rooms. It may help you if you think "I know I read about this while I was in the kitchen..." People learn in different ways, so the trick is to find out what helps you. Try different ways and see if it helps. Read out loud, sing it, write it down, use flashcards.
What Should I Study For My Earth Science Quiz On Weather And Wind Patterns?From Weather Forum:
What should I study for my Earth Science Quiz on weather and wind patterns? I have an Earth Science exam on weather weather maps wind patterns ETC... He uses past regent exams for for our quizzes and tests. Please give me some tips and help. What should I study?
Answer: understand the meaning of air pressure, how air pressure is related to temperature, how differences in pressure cause wind ( air to move) and how objects move on a spinning earth
How Important Is It To Get Good Grades In College?From Higher Education (University +) Forum:
How important is it to get good grades in college? I just get so stressed out and mostly frustrated when I do bad on quizzes and tests :(.. What's a good GPA to maintain?
Answer: Depends what your goals are. Do you plan on going to graduate school at some point? If so then usually you want at a very minimum a 3.0. A 3.5 is of course much more competitive but it will always depend on the program and other merits you might have. If you are trying to get into a professional school like medical or dental school then you are going to want at least a 3.7 in your required courses for admittance and likely at like a 3.5 cumulative. If you just want a degree and don't plan on getting anything beyond a bachelors degree it is unlikely that anyone will ever ask you for your GPA when you apply for a job. I know I have never been asked. They just want to see that you have the drive to make it through. Of course there are always exceptions. Grades matter but aren't everything. Make sure you learn more then textbooks in college. Learn who you are and who you want to be. Have a good time on the weekends to reduce stress. You will make it in the end. Good luck finding a job though.
Where Can I Get The Answers To The My econ Lab For Microeconomics?From Yahoo! Answers Forum:
Where can I get the answers to the My econ lab for microeconomics? We have quizzes and tests we have to do on line and I am doing awful on them. thanks for the help.
Answer: go ogle answers to the My econ lab for microeconomics?
How Do I Figure Out How Well I Have To Do On My Final To Pass My History Class?From Other - Education Forum:
How do I figure out how well I have to do on my final to pass my history class? I have done really well on all the other assignments quizzes and tests, this final is worth 25% of my grade, does that mean if I do terrible on it I could most likely come out on top with a C?
Answer: this is the equation: .75 x semester grade + desired grade= final requirement
What Should I Do If My Spanish Teacher Sucks At Teaching And I Eventually Start To Lose Interest In Spanish?From Languages Forum:
What should I do if my Spanish teacher sucks at teaching and I eventually start to lose interest in Spanish? I'm taking Spanish 4 honor this year as a junior and plan on taking AP Spanish next year. I have a horrible Spanish teacher this year. Or I should said that she is very inexperienced. Basically, we just play Spanish games in class all the times (which I think it's not helpful in terms of learning Spanish). I feel like the games are designed for fun rather than for Spanish learning. Also, she always gave us the extremely hard quizzes and tests and expected us to know all of the information. And she doesn't even go over the mistakes we made. Anyway, she is a very passionate teacher, but she just doesn't know how to teach. I feel like she is expecting us to know everything, but we obviously don't know. Before this year, I have a very awesome Spanish teacher and Spanish became one of my favorite subject. However, now Spanish has become one of the nightmare for me. Beside complaining about it, I actually try to suck it up and deal with it. But I just found myself kept losing interest in Spanish. Now, whenever I have the Spanish class, I always hope she is not there to torture us. And whenever I tried to do my Spanish homework, I always try my best to not fall asleep. Now, my question is, how can I start to develop my interest in Spanish again? As I said, I used to love Spanish and now it has become a pain for me. I know there is no way to change how my Spanish teacher is going to teach my class, so everything is on my own right now. So please offer me some suggestion of how to get better with my Spanish, To be honest, English is not my first language, but I learn English within 3 years after I came to the U.S and now I can speak English as fluent as my native language. And to be honest, I enjoy learning English so much more than learning Spanish (although I have to learn English in a faster pace with more advanced stuff to cover compare to Spanish).
Answer: I am sorry your teacher is not helping you learn the language, and I don't really know how to help you in that department, but I suggest you listen to Spanish music, read Spanish stories and books and try to learn more about the culture on line as much as you can. I love that aspect of Spanish more than any Spanish class out there. Try making a rigatoni station on Pandora or reading a book you know in English in Spanish such as The Hunger Games or Harry Potter. It is really fun to see how much you actually know:D
What Is The Best Way To Study For An AP World History Test?From Standards & Testing Forum:
What is the best way to Study for an AP world history test? I am in tenth grade and taking ap(advanced placement) world history. I am not doing horrible in the class but I would like to do better on the quizzes and tests. they are multiple choice questions. I study for hours and know all the information but I cannot apply it to the tests!
Answer: You should try to read some of the AP study books because they teach you strategies on how to answer questions. When I took AP history tests they all had the 'DBQ's, which were in depth analysis essay questions. I don't know if they still have those, but if they do then you need to practice writing those too. If I remember correctly, the majority of your score comes from your essay responses, with the multiple choice making up only 25-30% of your overall score. My AP teachers always recommended the 'Princeton Review' AP books, but I think any AP study book would be useful because they all go over how you should approach a question. Good luck!
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