Math Survival Guide: How to Study for Math Tests 17

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"I have tried 99 times and have failed, but on the 100th time came success."
-- Albert Einstein

          Now, you should be ready for the test.  You’ve done all your preparation

and you know the material.  It’s just a matter of taking the test.  Here are the

final keys to staying calm and staying focused:


          Don’t talk about math with other students right before the test.  Anxiety is

contagious!!  The last thing you need is for a confused and freaked out

student to run up to you saying, “2+2 is 5, right?  RIGHT?!”  These types

ALWAYS say something wrong that will shake your confidence.  Stay away

from them!


          Stay away from the last-minute crammers hanging out in the hallway

before class too.  You studied diligently.  They probably didn’t and are in full

panic mode.  By all means, do help your fellow students if they are willing to

study properly and ahead of time.  But, don’t feel the need to help them at the

last minute because of their poor planning!


Above all  >>  DON’T CRAM!!!

Anything you try to learn at the last minute
(including the night before) will dribble out
your left ear when you get nervous!

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