EXPLORE College Readiness Test Study Guide & Test Preparation
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How to Answer Multiple Choice Questions
One can hardly escape multiple choice exams. A person who wants to make it big in life takes placement exams composed of about 85% multiple choice questions, to be admitted in prestigious schools. Board or Bar exams have multiple choice questions aimed at testing an examinee’s quick-thinking ability. Even those applying for a driver’s license would eventually have to take a multiple choice exam on traffic rules and traffic signs. Comprehensive tips and strategies for multiple Choice exams with practice questions. How To Answer Multiple Choice
How to Prepare for a Test - Everything you need to know to increase your score on any test! Test Preparation Secrets
Studying for a general aptitude test means breaking complex questions down into smaller bits, and solving the bits individually. Here are some tips for studying for an aptitude test >>>
How to Answer Essay Questions
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How to handle Time Limits - The EXPLORE College Readiness Test has time limits on all sections. Here are tips on how to use time limits to your advantage >>>
The EXPLORE College Readiness Test is a computer based exam. Tips and advice for taking computer based exams >>>
Before the Test - what you just do before the test.
In the Test Room - what you must do after "You May Begin..." and putting pencil to paper - learn more
How to Cram - Cramming is not the ideal study method, but if you have to cram, here are some tips
How to Memorize - Using memnotics to memorize for a test
Mental Prep - preparing yourself mentally for an exam is critical to exam success - tips for mental prep
Procrastination - tips for handling procrastination