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An essay test item requires you to recall and organize information and to communicate the information in an extended writing form. Your response to an essay test item should meet the following three criteria: focused, organized, and supported. Read on to learn how to meet these criteria as well as tips that will help you write your best response to an essay test item.  
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Lectures given by teachers are usually organized in one of the following lecture styles: topic-list, question-answer, compare-contrast, series of events, cause-effect, and problem-solution. Identifying the lecture style used by your teacher will help you take good notes. Read on to learn about each lecture style.
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Free Study Tip Notes are useful for studying, but if notes don't seem to work for you, don't give up. Try using different colors when taking notes. This will make studying more fun for you. Also, don't let music distract you when you study.
 
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Student, Year 9
Darlington, United Kingdom
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Another free Study Tip Knowledge is power, so you must try to acquire it. Learning should be done at dawn to ensure that you will remember what you learn. Personal notes should be made from what you learn.
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A random study tip submitted by one of our visitors When studying try to think of your notes as a book. Then read your notes pretending you have never seen them before. Try to study in various places around your home, like outside, on a bed, etc. When you are done studying, ask a parent, friend, or sibling to quiz you. You could also call a friend and ask for suggested ways to remember specific terms.
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