I often have the problem in science exams that I just don't write the right detail required to get the mark. I often over-think the question and write too much about something else, or simply miss out the key words required to get the mark. Does anyone have any tips on overcoming this? Thank you!
Tips for Science Exams Watch
- Thread Starter
- 27-06-2016 19:09
- 27-06-2016 19:58
Look at how many marks the question is worth and write accordingly.
Underline the key words in the question (Focus wise and topic wise) e.g. Describe? Evaluate? Explain? or genetic engineering? limestone cycle? conduction?
Link the topic to your memory of what you learnt and try to regurgitate the important information you know. Sometimes it works that you regurgitate all the info you know if you feel you haven't written enough.
- 27-06-2016 19:59
Read the question twice
DON'T RUSH TO WRITE THE ANSWER
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