Test Study Technique

A test study technique I use is called the A-B-C method. I ask the student to label all vocabulary and concepts with an A, B or C.

A means that the student knows the information without hesitation.

B means the student knows the information but is somewhat hesitant in explaining it.

C means the student does not know the information and needs to work to learn it.

Then the student should start with the C’s. After really learning the C’s, the student should work on the B’s. Then the student should just review the A’s 3 days before the test.

What is really important here is that the student is honest about his/her knowledge. It is important to stress that it does not make any difference the number of C’s because they are going to really learn them.

Need help with a student? Contact Beth Silver, The Education Sage, at 310-720-0390 or bethcarolsilver@gmail.com. Beth’s website is educationsage.net.

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