Tht Thrill of the Final Test Flight Using Your New Skills to Ace the Exam

For the average nonstudent, the skills that we've been considering in this book can be used in a variety of ways: reading professional periodicals; researching speeches or other oral presentations; perusing office memos; studying formal reports; breezing through the daily mail; previewing and reading general background materials, such as newspapers; or pleasure reading, including the latest best-seller.

But for students, the ultimate goals are a little different. All reading and study are eventually intended to fulfill two main objectives: completing assigned papers and taking tests.

We've already explored how to use the Evelyn Wood techniques to research and write papers. But another weighty, grade-determining topic still remains—the issue of successful test-taking.

Let's separate the examination issue into two parts: first, the question of pretest preparation; and secondly, the challenge of the test itself.

Understanding Mind Control

Understanding Mind Control

This book is not about some crazed conspiracy thinkers manifesto. Its real information for real people who care about the sanctity of their own thoughts--the foundation of individual freedom.

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