The Anxious Test-Taker's Guide to Cracking Any Test (Paperback)
Princeton Review, 9780375429354, 304pp.
Publication Date: July 7, 2009
It might seem like high school, college and graduate school are all about tests: standardized tests for college and grad school admissions, and in-class exams given in course after course, subject after subject. If you’re anxious about the onslaught of testing during your school years, look no further. The Anxious Test-Taker’s Guide to Cracking Any Test will help you get over the testing anxiety (for ANY test) by giving you strategies and advice on how to succeed on all kinds of exams.
The experts at the Princeton Review have been sharing their test prep techniques in popular test specific study guides for years, but these techniques are not limited to specific exams. The same strategies that help students ace the SAT, GRE, ACT, GMAT, LSAT and other major tests often apply to ANY school exam. The Anxious Test-Taker’s Guide to Cracking Any Test lays out specific test-taking tips that students can apply to any test from high school through college, and beyond. Whether you need help with math, verbal, concentration, staying calm, pacing, or figuring out what to focus on, The Anxious Test-Taker’s Guide to Cracking Any Test provides important guidance.
The Anxious Test-Taker’s Guide to Cracking Any Test includes researched philosophy and science behind studying for and taking tests, as well as feel-good advice for nervous test takers. There are test question examples, a special section with test-specific information, and information on getting help — tutoring, books, online sample tests — before any test.