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or do I need to state what Im thinking at every turn? Or would you think it's enought to jsut say, Im going to use product rule on the expression, and chain on the right term. then just show the algebra and move on.
and when you actually give an answer, how do you identify the actual final answer given all the scribble all over the page? Is there a formal method? Do you think they allow colored pens?
just need general advice on how you approach tests, cant find anything about this on google or youtube.
This is what I do add a short description of what you are doing like start by saying 'Applying the Produce/Chain Rule' then do the algebra Finally write 'Answer ' as the last word.
There's certainly no need to write what you are thinking at every turn
Unless it's a proof or your questions is in the format of Prove or disprove Show that Prove/ Disprove the Converse/ Contrapositive you just have to do computation. Writing too much in computation can waste your time and you won't be able to finish the test.
Thanks guys, yes, thats what I was looking for. I'm inherently slow and cautious and take 4 times longer than I should on every problem, and 3rd guess every step. I've tried some mock 20 question tests, and been trying to finish them in under 90 minutes, but I barely get half way. so looking for shortcuts to speed things up.
you dont have to write stuff like f[x]g'[x]+g[x]f'[x] then... just using ..product rule..
don't have to... just solve... solve solve quickly, yet accurately as possible.
writing too much stuff like the formulas takes too much time
OH YEAH! ^