Test-Taking Tips: How to Ace Your Multiple-Choice Exam (Ages 9-14)
Madison Taylor, BEd, MScOT
A one-time class designed to build learners' confidence and provide practical tips to succeed on those dreaded multiple-choice tests. Test-taking skills are an important part of your study skills toolbox!
Multiple-choice tests are an inevitable part of the education journey. Teachers do a wonderful job of teaching content; however, students lack the knowledge for tackling the test itself. This class will provide students with practical strategies for excelling on multiple-choice examinations in any subject area, at any level. This is a skill needed in the academic world and the 'real world' as well (e.g. driver's license tests, career licensing examinations, etc.) I will begin with general...
Students will understand and apply specific strategies for excelling on multiple-choice tests in any subject area.
My undergraduate degree in education provided me with information for how to design and administer multiple-choice tests. Throughout years of math tutoring, I realized that often time students are able to recall information, however it is the nuances of an examination that will 'trip them up.' I have done further education regarding multiple-choice tests and how to excel at them. My studies in occupational therapy have give me a strong base for breaking down tasks into achievable pieces and assisting people in reaching their goals. This additional knowledge has helped me in my own studies in graduate school; I sure wish someone would have taught me these strategies earlier on in my academic career.
Homework OfferedFollowing this one-time class, learners will receive a short practice test to complete. After completing the test, learners will receive an answer key and explanation in the format of a video post.
0 - 1 hours per week outside of class
Assessments OfferedLearners are formatively assessed throughout the class through discussion. The homework assignment will also demonstrate their learning.
1 file available upon enrollmentStudents will need to access Kahoot.it during class time for an interactive quiz. The quiz code will be provided. No account is necessary to use the Kahoot website. The practice quiz will be provided. There is no need to print anything unless it is the learner's preference. Students will not need to access the practice quiz until after the class.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
Meet the teacher
Hello learners and families! I have so much gratitude for being a part of the Outschool community. My undergraduate degree is in elementary education but I also have experience teaching in the junior high setting. I tutored grades 5-11 math for...
Average rating:4.9Number of reviews:(87)
Completed by 489 learners
Live video meetings
3-8 learners per class
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