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The Student's Guide to Exam Success by Eileen TracyExams frighten almost everyone. Fear of failure can make students struggle with coursework, revision and exams. Allaying the anxieties that cause people to procrastinate, go blank, or underperform, this book helps you to understand your fears; stop panicking and start enjoying your work; and develop a balanced mental approach to your exams.
Call Number: eBook
Publication Date: 2006
Test Taking Strategies and Study Skills for the Utterly Confused by Laurie RozakisFrom pulling all-nighters to memorizing rote facts, today's students have shown that they have no organized, logical, or sequential understanding of how to study or prepare for tests. Test Taking Strategies & Study Skills for the Utterly Confused arms students of all ages with the skills they need to pass their tests with flying colors. The perfect guide for all the major standardized tests, including SAT, GMAT, Series 7, LSAT, MCAT, and more, this skillbuilding resource shows students, career changers, and business professionals how to make the most of their study time, how to deal with study and test panic, and how to take tests with optimal confidence and success.
Call Number: LB3051 .R693 2002Also available as eBook.
Publication Date: 2003
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