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5 Must Know Test Tips for Young Students

Test tips are a great start to getting your children prepared for back to school time in the classrooms. Tests are a big part of students lives even throughout highschool and university, so getting them in good study habits and test taking habits can greatly increase test scores and decrease stress levels. Here are 5 great test tips for younger students.

1. Plan Out Test Schedules

Having an agenda full of your upcoming tests to fully prepare them is a great first step in planning. Making sure your children are up to date on their work and caught up with everything can create more independence, better work ethic, and overall not be rushed to finish anything. Allocating study times in their agendas is another great way to stay productive and on top of study habits.

 

2. Prepare Example Questions That Will be on the Test

Making example questions, or reviewing practice test sheets they may get from their teachers will further develop their understanding for the upcoming test. Going over everything that was previously gone over in class, and making habits to study after classes will greatly improve the chances of your child doing great in every class.

 

3. Help Them Practice and Study

Sit down with your children and go over some of the material they need to study. Sometimes motivation can even come from you sitting down and studying alongside them. Children can easily get off topic and distracted by themselves, and you helping them and understanding it yourself can greatly improve their quality of study time.

 

4. Go Over Test Results and Review

Sit down and look at what answers your children got right or wrong, and go over some of the questions they got wrong. Try to help them understand what they did wrong so that they’ll have a better understanding next time a similar question may come up (final tests, exams, etc.) Trying not to be judgmental and going through the test results will also reduce their stress levels going into future tests.

 

5. Provide Rewards & Comfort

Provide some sort of reward/comfort for your child when they do great or didn’t do so well. Having younger students motivated to excel in future tests is a great habit to start early. Even if rewards are just positive encouragement instead of gift giving, it’s a great thing to uplift your children when they do well.

 

Oak Learners has great day school and tutoring options. You can check out the day school where students learn all kinds of skills including developing great study habits. If you want personalized one on one tutoring online or in person sessions as well, Oak Learners offers private tutoring here

Joshua Bulatovich

Joshua is a digital marketer and content writer with Oak Learners. He specializes in outlining the importance of student success and shares tips, tricks, or other useful information on everything school related.
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