This Week’s Study Skills Seminar: Take Your Best Test! Wednesday, 2.16 at 6 pm and Thursday, 2.17 at 4 pm. RSS rm 103

This entry was posted on Tuesday, February 15th, 2011

Students often report that they use the first round of tests to ‘get a feel for’ what will be expected on future tests. But if they aren’t happy with the results of the first test, are they making the necessary changes and ‘tweaks’ to their study habits and strategies so they will have better results the next time around? At this week’s Study Skills Seminar

  • Take Your Best Test!
  • Wednesday, February 16 at 6 pm
  • Thursday, February 17 at 4 pm
  • Robert Scott Small, rm 103
  • Snacks served!

we will go beyond the “study harder” mantra, and examine ways to “study smarter”! Included will be strategies that encourage students to consider the radical notion that Every Day Is a Test Prep Day! We will look at study strategies for both Objective and Essay tests, beginning with Prep Before the Test, followed by Ways to Manage Time and Anxiety During the Test, and finally How to Use Returned Tests as a Springboard for Greater Success.

I hope to see your students this week!

Lindy Coleman

Coordinator, Study Skills program

Center for Student Learning


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