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Post by tannery2700 » Sun Dec 12, 2004 5:42 pm

Right now, i'm struggling in my AP bio class, and i don't have any good test grades. Can you guys give me some strategies on how to study for my bio tests so i can get a good grade because i studied very hard, but it didn't work out.

Thank you for you advice :oops:

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Post by biostudent84 » Sun Dec 12, 2004 6:05 pm

When I took the class, my teacher did review-day the day before the test. I usually tape-recorded the review, and played it over and over and over again. Usually that helped.

Also, don't forget that you are a high-school student taking a college-level class. It is not going to be as easy as your regular classes.

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Post by thank.darwin » Tue Feb 01, 2005 1:31 am

If I were you, and I'm not, I would keep everything the teacher gives you. Then every day after you have that class review what the teacher gave you and make sure that you know WHY the teacher gave it to you and how it relates to the unit you're in. If you use a text book then review the chapter/unit before the test so that it is fresh in your mind. Another good thing to do is to make a list of the ten most important things in the unit. Another good thing to do is to not wait until the last minute because that never helps. Plus try to get a good nights sleep before a test and eat a good breakfast in the morning!

Hoped that helped
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