The Tutoring Center, Roseville CA 



Despite how students feel about sitting exams, the grades they achieve can determine their future academic path. The Tutoring Center, Roseville has prepared some tips below to help students prepare for and sit an exam.

Start With a Plan

As soon as you hear that you have an exam, write the details in your calendar or your planner. Then, working backward from the exam date, plan study sessions for two weeks prior or more if you need more time to prepare. This technique prevents students from forgetting their exams and ensures there is time available to study when they are reminded.


If you use drawing tools or a particular calculator during your class then you will likely need these to complete your exam. A week before your exam, find out what items you will need and make sure that you have them. Then, make sure they are in working order. The last thing you want is for your calculator batteries to run out during your exam.


If you focused your studying on a particular section or set of questions, complete this section of the exam first. Then, review the rest of the exam and complete any other questions which you are confident you can answer both correctly and quickly. Finally, complete the remainder of the exam. Doing this can help students who may not complete the entire exam to be rewarded for correct answers which they may not have reached.


Before you submit any exam (or assignment), be sure that you review it to ensure everything is correct and clearly written. A tired hand can easily write an incorrect letter or number, leading to a failed question and, potentially, a failing grade. As you can see the time running out, stop what you are doing and review what you have completed, ensuring everything is correct and your writing is clear.

Get Help Preparing for Exams With Tutoring in Roseville

If your student needs help with their exams or is experiencing a learning challenge in class, tutoring in Roseville can help. Speak with The Tutoring Center, Roseville at 916-771-4100 and book your free initial diagnostic assessment to find out more.


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