• If you got an A instead of an A+ in a class would you care?

    Best answer: no I was actually really lucky if I ever got an A
    Best answer: no I was actually really lucky if I ever got an A
    8 answers · 3 days ago
  • I study but i still get bad grades?

    Best answer: I've reviewed many books on study. The best I know of are How to Double Your Child's Grades by Schwartz, Helping Your Teenage Student by Cohn and Complete Idiot's Guide to Study Skills. For remembering course content, the first thing is to take good notes. This is not a skill we're born with. It... show more
    Best answer: I've reviewed many books on study. The best I know of are How to Double Your Child's Grades by Schwartz, Helping Your Teenage Student by Cohn and Complete Idiot's Guide to Study Skills.

    For remembering course content, the first thing is to take good notes. This is not a skill we're born with. It takes a lot of time to learn doing it right. A source I like very much for how to do things - WikiHow. Read their article on how to take notes. It's great.

    From my experience as a uni student, the two most important principles are organization of information and practice.

    Write detailed outlines, with phrases, short sentences, and short paragraphs. Keep your lecture and reading notes separate but if you have a really hard test, you can take all your notes and combine them into one big outline. You can even - if it's REALLY hard - make your outline into a set of flash cards and memorize it.

    Don't have papers all over the place. Have a filing cabinet or file box. When you don't have time to file things, keep them together with paper clips or folders, stacked neatly.

    Don't cram at the last minute. Periodic review during the semester is smart. Another practice method is to occasionally rewrite your notes after class, which makes them better, with more details. Flash cards are useful in a number of ways. I found that I could make the cards work better by adding some mnemonic devices to them - a word or drawing that triggers a memory. The key to mnemonics is having things so weird you can't forget them.

    Always study for an essay test and a very good way to do this is to write your own questions and answer them. This gives you a set of phrases and sentences you can use while you're taking the test and you have to hurry.
    4 answers · 1 week ago
  • Can asvab scores be waivered?

    I have a ged so I need a minimum of 50. I took the practice test in my recruiters office and got a 41. So I failed by 9 points. Since I'm really close will he just let me through?
    I have a ged so I need a minimum of 50. I took the practice test in my recruiters office and got a 41. So I failed by 9 points. Since I'm really close will he just let me through?
    12 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Why can't I get straight A's? What is wrong with me?

    Best answer: We all do the best we can, as are you. Accepting our best effort as sufficient is healthy.
    Best answer: We all do the best we can, as are you. Accepting our best effort as sufficient is healthy.
    11 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Do you support the ku klux klan.?

    Best answer: heil Hitler.
    Best answer: heil Hitler.
    9 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Could my IQ actually be this low?

    I'm writing this cause I'm a bit shocked. At school, I was tested for special education. They said my IQ was 82. I don't see how that's possible. If it was only 82 I'd hardly be able to type what I am right now. They'd tested me before last year and it said my IQ was 95. I took an online... show more
    I'm writing this cause I'm a bit shocked. At school, I was tested for special education. They said my IQ was 82. I don't see how that's possible. If it was only 82 I'd hardly be able to type what I am right now. They'd tested me before last year and it said my IQ was 95. I took an online test very recently which also said 95. I'm quite scared that my IQ could actually be that low (82). I kinda doubt it really is but it's said that dumb people don't know they're dumb so I hope that's not the case with me. What should I do? Intelligence is important to me personally so I'm really ashamed of this score. Should I spend time and money to take an IQ test? Should I just dismiss this result as ridiculous?
    8 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Messed up my organic chemistry exam badly? What is going wrong in my exams?

    Best answer: What did you get right on the exam. What do you get wrong? What Information didn’t you know. Evaluate the test. Then reevaluate your study skills.
    Best answer: What did you get right on the exam. What do you get wrong? What Information didn’t you know. Evaluate the test. Then reevaluate your study skills.
    4 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Are ireland, italy and malta all mostly catholic.?

    Best answer: Yes, along with France, Spain.
    Best answer: Yes, along with France, Spain.
    4 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • I was diagnosed with aspergers at a young age. I've taken many online tests and on LITERALLY every test, I've gotten a score under 10. What?

    Best answer: Autism is nothing more than thinking slightly differently.
    Best answer: Autism is nothing more than thinking slightly differently.
    4 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • I keep doing poorly on multiple choice exams?

    It’s specifically my Biology course. I did good on the first exam and the last two I had I did bad on them and I don’t get it. I legitimately spend days studying for it and reviewing. I do the practice exam and I get a good score. I do the previous homework questions and I ace it. But when I get the test I effin... show more
    It’s specifically my Biology course. I did good on the first exam and the last two I had I did bad on them and I don’t get it. I legitimately spend days studying for it and reviewing. I do the practice exam and I get a good score. I do the previous homework questions and I ace it. But when I get the test I effin suck. We are given 50 exact minutes to take a 50 question multiple choice test. A lot of the questions require more than 1 minute of thinking (especially if it has math involved). I don’t want to complain because ultimately it’s my fault for being an idiot, but I genuinely don’t believe it’s a fair system. I prefer and always do better on open response tests. Multiple choice freaks me out and gives me anxiety because I start questioning my knowledge. Does anyone else feel this way?
    8 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • True or False- Most people in the UK have not heard of the KKK (Ku Klux Klan)?

    Best answer: False. Of course we have. In fact on the packet of Marlborough cigarettes,(a KKK company) there use to be three red K's on the packaging. That was banned in the 1980's though.
    Best answer: False. Of course we have. In fact on the packet of Marlborough cigarettes,(a KKK company) there use to be three red K's on the packaging. That was banned in the 1980's though.
    6 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • Why are some intelligent people bad at tests?

    Best answer: Because not all intelligent people are good test takers.
    Best answer: Because not all intelligent people are good test takers.
    10 answers · 1 month ago
  • Can smart people really be bad at taking tests?

    Best answer: Yes, taking tests and passing them is more a technique than a chance to show cleverness.
    Best answer: Yes, taking tests and passing them is more a technique than a chance to show cleverness.
    13 answers · 1 month ago
  • Why are exams so annoying? Students study and know the material yet the questions on the exam are nothing like the practise questions, thus?

    Best answer: You're not supposed to memorize the answers to questions. You're supposed to LEARN the material, integrate it into your existing knowledge, and then apply that knowledge to NEW questions. If you can't do that, you haven't really learned the material.
    Best answer: You're not supposed to memorize the answers to questions. You're supposed to LEARN the material, integrate it into your existing knowledge, and then apply that knowledge to NEW questions. If you can't do that, you haven't really learned the material.
    8 answers · 1 month ago
  • Difference please between shouting and raising your voice?

    Best answer: It's a matter of degree. Teachers may raise their voices to get the attention of the students and be heard over them, but that doesn't mean they are shouting at the students. Shouting would include expressing disapproval, expressing anger.
    Best answer: It's a matter of degree. Teachers may raise their voices to get the attention of the students and be heard over them, but that doesn't mean they are shouting at the students. Shouting would include expressing disapproval, expressing anger.
    5 answers · 1 month ago
  • Is there a difference between unhappy and suicidal?

    Best answer: your only suicidal when you put that gun in your mouth and like the taste.
    my husband killed himself just last year.dont do it.you wouldnt believe the the mess it leaves behind.figuretivly and literally
    Best answer: your only suicidal when you put that gun in your mouth and like the taste.
    my husband killed himself just last year.dont do it.you wouldnt believe the the mess it leaves behind.figuretivly and literally
    7 answers · 1 month ago
  • Help my IQ is only 20?

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    21 answers · 1 month ago