A multiple-choice quiz and study guide on the American Civil War. Designed to aid homeschoolers and all students studying American History. Find out how much you REALLY know about the Civil War.
These apps and online tools help students use their study time in ways that will help them be more successful taking tests and exams.
Studying effectively for school tests and exams can be difficult for many children and adults. There are key strategies that can help make new information meaningful and better organized to help push those ideas from short-term into long-term memory. Utilization of even a few of these strategies...
Tips to help children study for spelling tests.
This article briefly defines deductive reasoning in general and explains its basic use. The focus then turns to using deductive reasoning as a testing strategy for multiple choice tests, providing a consistent and reliable way to ensure that you are able to show what you know and helping...
This article explains the most common ways that students lose points on the writing portion of standardized tests and offers simple ways to avoid these pitfalls and improve scores.
Following a yearly plan during the academic year can make you the smartest person in class or at least one of the smartest. Last minute studying and merely reading over notes are not effective strategies. Follow the advice laid out in this hub regarding study tips and increase your chances of...
Cramming for an exam or test can be stressful and frantic, but it doesn't need to be! Whether your assessment is in a few hours, tomorrow, or next week, this article lists five helpful steps to help you plan an effective and focused cramming session.
Making sure that tests accurately reflect what students have studied and mastered is one answer to the question of why students aren't passing tests. Eight other reasons are given in this hub.
What’s the purpose of education? How to achieve academic success? How to study in a planned manner? Know your strengths and weaknesses. A student with moderate ability, who uses his talents methodically to Study, will achieve more success, than a person with greater ability, but is unmethodical.