Ashley is taking an essay test in science. Her teacher tells the class what the essay question is so they can create notes before the test. Ashley prepares note cards but forgets them the morning of the test. To remember all her notes, she spends 30 of the 60 minutes for the test trying to remember and jot down all her notes. What can Ashley do to improve her test-taking strategy?
These are the chocie: Ask the teacher if she can take the test another day and bring her notes. Spend only 15 of the 60 minutes planning what she will write on the test. Try to get copies of notes from a good friend she trusts and has studied with before. Wing it. If she forgot her notes, she has to be able to get past that and go forward.
B or D. Definitely not A or C. because It is not right to just depend on what the note card says. In the first place, the test-taker should have reviewed and known the lesson, with or without the note card. If it is about science, then the essays are of objective type, meaning it includes facts. So make sure the test-taker understands the topics included in the test.
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