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There are several different types of exams. The best person to talk to about what to expect is your instructor. Talk to your instructor early about your exam and plan to study in a way that you will be tested. Get prepared and strive to do your best!
These documents will help you prepare for your exams by offering helpful ideas for preparation, common test terms, and some general tips for writing different types of exams (multiple choice, true/false, short answer). If you would like further support in helping to prepare for exams, book an appointment with the Learning Skills Strategist!
If you feel anxious about writing exams, you are not alone. Many students feel the same way. But don't worry: help is available! This document has some great tips for managing exam anxiety.
If you need more help, please book an appointment today with the Learning Skills Strategist or contact the Counselling and Career Centre: in person in room 1402; by phone 403.343.4064; or by email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
There are a variety of tools and apps that can assist you with studying. We have tried and used some of them and others have come to our attention from faculty and students who have found them helpful.
Disclaimer: Red Deer College does not officially endorse the apps and sites listed here, and may not be held responsible for any technological problems that arise from their use. Please use at your own discretion.
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