Professors from St. Thomas College, MN
"Testing your best study guide has wonderful ideas to develop models
for better comprehension in reading and test taking. These models
work great and are all very useful."
"These techniques are very beneficial to students, especially those
who are poor test takers. These methods are great for knowing
the material as well as test taking."
Quantitative Methods and Computer Science Professor:
"My 18 year old son Michael is reading it and he voluntarily thanked me for
getting it for him. He said it is very helpful."
"The study guide has many valuable tips. Different tips will appeal
to different students, but each student should be able to find
several which are valuable. I especially liked the “Preparing
for the Exam” page. Every one of the techniques is valuable
and I have been teaching them to my students for years. The Recall
sheet looks a little bit like diagramming in part. The idea of
a recall sheet is excellent. Usually in the process of writing
it, you learn it, and you do not have to look at it again except
that it will be excellent preparation for the final exam."
"Test taking skills are rather under-rated skills to have and those who don't have it may suffer when it comes to taking exams. These type of students often find themselves memorizing the material just for the day of the test but then may forget it later on. This guide provides excellent examples for different types of students to relate to the material of which they are studying. All of us learn in different ways, and this guide helps students identify which method is best for them. By studying through the best method for you, it can lead to higher results and better grades. As a college student, I would recommend it to any High School student or especially an incoming college freshman. It is a highly benficial tool that will lead to greater success as a student."