Using Your Abilities to Develop a Test-Taking Strategy
Using Your Abilities to Develop a Test-Taking Strategy
Knowing your strong and weak points is essential for developing a simple but effective Reading Test strategy. On the actual test, play to your strong points and play down your weak ones. For example, after all your studying, if you’re still incapable of correctly answering cause-effect questions, don’t waste valuable time struggling with them on the actual test. Instead, guess on those questions or save them for a second pass through the test. Play the percentages: concentrate on questions you’re more likely to get right to achieve your optimum score.
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