April 03, 2013
Emily Carone, Assistant Director, Center for the Assessment of Learning at Thomas Edison State College
by Emily Carone, Assistant Director,
Center for the Assessment of Learning at Thomas Edison State College
I work with TECEP®, the Thomas Edison State College Exam Program, which is the College's own credit-by-exam program, which I wrote about previously in this blog.
While I can't help you study, I can give you some practical advice to help you take tests. If you already have some prior knowledge in any of the subjects we offer, you might be interested in the study tips below. Naturally, these tips apply to all tests and credit-by-exam programs, including common ones like the College-Level Exam Program (CLEP) and our own TECEP®.
Best of all, you don't need to learn any complicated techniques, because most test-taking tips are not rocket science--they're plain old common sense.
So, here are four test-taking tips I hope you find helpful in preparing for your next exam.
Hope this is helpful and I'll be back again.
Until then, contact us at [email protected] or add your comment below if you would like to share your own tips with us.
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