Exams are impassive and unforgiving.
They exist to test your knowledge, yes… but even if you know the material cold, exams will still tear you a new one if you’re unable to relay that material accurately onto the testing sheet.
That’s why it’s crucial to avoid making stupid, careless mistakes when taking your exams. Whether caused by test anxiety, haste, or carelessness, dumb mistakes result in test grades that don’t live up to your actual knowledge.
In today’s video, we’ll go over 10 methods you can use to stop making these dumb mistakes.
Also, I’d be curious to see how many of the references here you can catch 😉
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The book covers topics like:
- Defeating procrastination
- Getting more out of your classes
- Taking great notes
- Reading your textbooks more efficiently
…and several more. It also has a lot of recommendations for tools and other resources that can make your studying easier.
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- The forum post where I got the idea for the “sanity check”
- Another great article on avoiding mistakes
What do you do to avoid making dumb mistakes on your tests?
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