Focus on test-taking awareness-Woodmam
(1) Meditate for a moment to focus on test-taking awareness
When your child opens the exam paper, the most important thing is not to immediately pick up the pen and do the questions, but to spend about 2 to 3 minutes in meditation (as mentioned above), and then focus on the test to form a stable and calm consciousness, that is, to enter a state of "calmness".
(2) Overall view of the whole picture, to avoid the risk of loss and gain
Before doing the questions, you also need to spend a few minutes to browse a couple of times, the overall distribution of the test questions have a preliminary understanding.
One is to see if the number of pages of the test paper is complete.
The second is to see if the quality of printing will affect the answer.
The third is to see how the difficulty of the test questions are distributed and to determine what to do first.
Fourth, look at the number of questions. If the volume is large, be prepared to grasp the time and highlight the speed, if the volume is small, be prepared to play it safe and highlight the certainty.
Fifth, look at the notes as well as pay attention to the reminders of the invigilator.
Sixth is to see which are more scores which are less scores, the scores of more must be considered first, etc..
This overall "look" after the examination process can be avoided in the process of gain and loss.
(3) Associative examination of questions to determine the purpose of the test
When doing each question, first of all, we should learn to associate the question, the purpose of associating the question is to figure out the meaning of the question, especially to understand the meaning of each sentence in the question. In short, read the whole thing, then read one sentence at a time, and finally get a complete picture of the meaning of the question in your mind. The basic requirements for associative examination.
The first is to read accurately, without breaking the sentence, without adding words or subtracting words.
The second is to relate your knowledge to the type of question.
The third is to try to determine the basis of the proposer's proposition. If it is convenient, parents should remind their children of the general direction of the questions and the basic principles of the questions before the test. For example, the direction of the questions are generally based on the syllabus and textbooks, highlighting the key points, taking into account the comprehensive, the coverage of the topic as large as possible, i.e., strive for a wide range of knowledge, flexible, not biased, not strange, not beyond the syllabus, the right depth, a variety of questions. The current exams generally cover a wide range of topics, small topics, answer requirements dexterity for the three main features. Difficulty requirements generally have this rule, that is, the test memory and understanding level of about 50%, the test analysis and thinking level of about 30%, the test comprehensive application and innovation level of about 20%.
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