LETTER: Test preparation strategies enhances student scores
Many people fret over different attempts to study for their finals, and sometimes need a few suggestions to give them ideas.
In the article, "Top five tips to help succeed in finals", posted by Emily Shakeshaft, Dec. 7, shows various helpful approaches and goals to accelerate in wrapping up the end of a semester.
These tips contribute to students of all ages and grades to build confidence within themselves. It makes learners realize that there remains no right or wrong way of studying. Even if one might not pass a certain test, enforcing these guidelines will come to one's advantage later on.
It also, provides a sense of relief towards test anxiety and excuses to procrastinate. Some people lack the incentive to continue to try their best in classes until the very end. Most of the time, students take the initiative to start an assignment or project, yet simply don't know where to embark on.
Through these tips, it will help benefit learners to use these techniques as a way for the end of their school year or to keep them in handy for the next semester ahead of them.
For more Letters, read the Dec. 7 opinion piece by Nick Baladjanian, LETTER: Finding joy in Christmas.