I used to be a bad test taker.
I get the impression most people know that feeling.
You feel the test approaching. It’s a pressure. You know you need to study hard for it but even when you can get yourself to study – it doesn’t seem to work. The pressure grows and grows until the test… when you kind of crack under the pressure.
You feel like you should know some of the answers that you’re missing… and your final score ends up being an embarrassment.
Bad test taking steals points that you could and should be getting from right under your fingertips.
But it doesn’t have to.
Test taking is a skill.
It’s a skill that most students are never taught how to control.
What if you could take a test without the added pressure?
Would you score higher?
Would you feel better taking the test?
Would you be able to study better knowing that your studying is actually effective?
Answer: you betcha’
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- How to prepare for a test so well that test day is easier than studying
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