Preparing for finals is more than just studying the week prior! It includes regular review of class topics throughout the semester and some end-of-semester planning, too. At the end of this tutorial, you will be able to: Recognize how preparing and studying for final exams is different than studying for other tests. Apply new study skills to help with exam preparation throughout the semester. Build a schedule to manage your end-of-semester tasks.
Preparing for exams is important for your academic success. At the end of this tutorial, you will be able to: Recognize how class content relates to exams Understand how to apply tips for exam preparation Use new techniques to prepare for and take exams
Your ability to concentrate and get course content into memory (and out again) is important to college success. There are many things you can do to improve your concentration and memory. At the end of this tutorial, you will be able to: Recognize how concentration and memory are tied to academic motivation & success Apply new habits that positively impact concentration and memory
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GRE 4000: The 4000 Words Essential for the GRE. by Jeff Kolby
Publication Date: 2011-01-01
The verbal section of the GRE is essentially a vocabulary test. With a few exceptions, if you know the word, you will probably be able to answer the question correctly. Thus, it is crucial that you improve your vocabulary. Even if you have a strong vocabulary, you will still encounter unfamiliar words on the GRE. Many students write off questions, which contain words, they don t recognize. This is a mistake. This book introduces numerous techniques that decode unfamiliar words and prod your memory of words you only half-remember. With these techniques, you will often be able to squeeze out enough meaning from an unfamiliar word to answer a question correctly. Nevertheless, don t rely on just these techniques you must study word lists.