10 Secrets to Mastering Any High School Test, 2nd Edition by Lee Wherry Brainerd Ricki Wingardner

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What if you have mastered the right attitude, but still can’t concentrate on your studies? Maybe you should look into mastering brain interference, too! WHAT EXACTLY IS BRAIN INTERFERENCE? Can you focus on the task in front of you? Do you know how to eliminate brain interference?

100 e. 125 4. An ice cream parlor makes a sundae using one of six different flavors of ice cream, one of three different flavors of syrup, and one of four different toppings. What is the total number of different sundaes that this ice cream parlor can make? a. 72 b. 36 c. 30 d. 26 e. 13 Getting a Handle on Objective Testing 15 How did you do? Answers 1. d. A stanza is a unit of a poem. A volume is a unit of an encyclopedia. This is a part-to-whole relationship. 2. b. ” 3. b. To figure out by what amount quantity A exceeds quantity B, calculate A – B: (8 ϫ 25) – (15 ϫ 10) = 200 – 150 = 50.

This is an especially important step for tests on which only answered questions are scored and those left blank are not counted. You have now ensured that you have a set number of correctly answered questions. Also, this gets the test going on the right foot! Instead of feeling defeated, you are filled with confidence as you move to Phase II. Phase II Review the test, looking only at the questions that you skipped in Phase I. This time, use some of the methods you have learned to eliminate trick or unlikely answers and decoys.

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