Tests and examinations will be an unavoidable part of your years at this College. They can be stressful and cause anxiety. The best way avoid this is to be prepared. Don't believe those fellow students that say they can cram it all in during the last few weeks and still get through. Revision should not begin in the week before exams. Follow a few simple guidelines and techniques and you will alleviate a lot of your fears and be in a position to show the examiners just what you have achieved.
We are living in what is often called the information age. Rather than having to deal with not enough information, the problem is you often have to face information overload.
Learn how to Study Smart by working through some of the guidelines you can find here. Some basic information skills you need to know.
Many students who reach Years 11 & 12 have mastered only basic research skills. You can use a dictionary or an encyclopedia, if you can locate one in the reference section of the Library. You can conduct a Google search which will bring back thousands of sites for you to work through.
Ask yourself the following questions ... then check the answers to see if you are on the right track.