Do you have a test or exam coming up soon? Are you feeling nervous or afraid? Doing well on an exam is NOT a matter of luck alone. You can learn how to achieve success in any exam. This website gives you dozens of strategies, techniques, and skills for effective, stress-free exam preparation. Students of all ages do better when they learn test-taking skills, memory development, and study skills.
Yet this is exactly what we are not taught in school, college, and university. Instead, we attend classes, listen to lectures, read textbooks and are then told to prepare for a test or exam which determines our academic fate. Rarely are students taught how to study, interpret questions, or recall loads of information. After all, exams are a test of your knowledge. They measure your mastery of the subjects you have studied. They assess how well you remember and understand the key information related to that subject. And like it or not, they are an integral part of academic life. While tests and exams do not define you, a low score can prevent you from getting into college, getting a degree, or getting a job. Quizzes, tests, assignments, and class participation make up the rest of the score. The path to success is open to every student.
You can develop the study habits, positive attitude, and test-taking strategies needed to get the high grades you deserve on a consistent basis. By becoming aware of your strengths and weaknesses and taking constructive steps, you can show the world what you are capable of and move forward confidently in your personal, academic, and professional life. The site is written by Rebecca Ezekiel, who specializes in the areas of accelerated learning, communications, and cross-cultural skills. Her online English language training videos are watched by millions of students worldwide. I sure appreciate the ministry of Rabbi Curt Landry and his deep prophetic insight for the Body of Christ. His recent article will help you to be full of HOPE for today and beyond. Hope is an essential ingredient to possessing joy, peace, and faith. Every Believer needs to fully understand what Biblical hope is and how to protect it.
Before we begin to look at what hope is, how to renew it, and how to keep it, let’s look at what it isn’t. Now read on and be full of HOPE in this season! To Subscribe to the Elijah List subscribe here. Hey, do you love this ministry as much as we do? Have you noticedWE always, ALWAYS send these to you FREE OF CHARGE, including the ELIJAH STREAMS TV programs? There’s still time before December 31, 2018 for you to make your VERY BEST 2018 year-end financial gift to Elijah List Ministries. Please know that our gratitude to you knows NO BOUNDS.
Derene and I are praying that all who give to us will have MORE than a 7-fold return BACK TO YOU! People throw around the word hope about as often as they do the word love. In the world today, we hear hope referred to as situations or circumstances that may or may not come to pass. It’s as though many see it as pure chance. They say things such as, “I hope you have a great day,” or “I hope you enjoy your trip. It suggests wishful thinking rather than something certain. The Word of God tells us something almost opposite of the world’s view. It tells us that hope is promised, sure, and always present.
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