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for math, the likely suspects of for questions on the exam are what are assigned on the homework. make sure you can do all of your math hw problems without help
first, you have to know what the test is going to be about. then, you can search online for worksheets or look in your textbook for questions/answers
Review Notes before test date is announce, ask for help, review textbook, ask question in openstudy people will surely help you :)
Yeah. But I understand redoing the problems again and again. But we're also learning properties...and memorizing things are extremely difficult for me. flash cards are provided but it still doesn't help me. Any ideas?
It's basically a review of middle school...and properties i'm not so good at. And the test is about inequalities...
Just remember that " You have to change the inequality when dividing for multiplying both sides by a negative number."
for each property, try to make up a problem in your head? for example, one property of an inequality is that when you divide both sides by a negative number, you flip the sign. so make up a problem like -x > 1. if it's memorization that you're worried about, try going over the material twice, then again after a few hours, then again the next day. it's a memory trick that helps get the material engrained
reread things over and over again. it helps!! and also write them down and say it to yourself.... your brain will consciously remember them for u.. at least it usually does for me haha
for my history test, i had to remember this HUGE flow chart. i printed multiple copies of the empty flow chart and kept rewriting the boxes. i got 100 on the test. rewriting does actually help. a lot. just keep rewriting and saying the words aloud and you'll remember
i mean u might sound kinda weird and people might look at u funny but if u repeat things over and over again it gets permanently etched into ur brain :D