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Test-taking Strategies. Reading HSPE. Read carefully and mark what is being asked!. Use circles, underlines, and other methods of marking to emphasize important parts of the question: The ?Question? to be answered.

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read carefully and mark what is being asked
Read carefully and mark what is being asked!
  • Use circles, underlines, and other methods of marking to emphasize important parts of the question:
    • The ?Question?to be answered.
    • The Bolded Words telling how many pieces of evidence they need to write to support.
    • TheImportant information pertaining to the question.
    • TheVocabulary/Terminology in the question.
      • Ex. Analyze, Apply, Predict, Summarize, etc.
reading multiple choice
READING—Multiple Choice
  • There will be at least two answers that might be *arguably* correct.
  • Be sure you return to the passage to choose the one that is the BEST choice.
  • If any part of the answer is not correct, it’s NOT your best choice.
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READING—Multiple Choice

Optional Tip:

  • Look at the questions before you begin reading the passage.
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READING—Multiple Choice
  • Always look at every possible answer.
  • Try to eliminate the wrong answers.
  • Remember that you are answering based on what is in the passage—not giving your opinion about the truth or accuracy of the passage.
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READING—Multiple Choice
  • The correct answer is guaranteed to be among your choices.
  • If you don’t see an answer you think might be correct, you may have misunderstood the question or the reading.
    • Go back and reread.
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READING—Multiple Choice
  • Always answer every question—if you don’t know the answer, GUESS! Don’t leave anything blank.
if you have to guess
If you have to guess:
  • Answers with responses that use absolute words, such as "always" or "never" are less likely to be correct than ones that use conditional words like "usually" or "probably."
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READING—Multiple Choice
  • “All of the above" is often a correct response. If you think that two of the answers are correct, choose this.
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READING—Multiple Choice
  • The LONGEST response is sometimes the correct one…

EXAMPLE:

What is a thesaurus?

a. Almanac

b. Encyclopedia

c. User Guide

d. Volume giving a list of words with their synonyms, antonyms and related words

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READING—Multiple Choice
  • Look for verbal associations. A response that repeats key words from the question is likely to be correct.
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READING—Multiple Choice
  • "Funny" responses are usually wrong. Ha!
final m c tip
Final M.C. Tip:
  • Fill in the bubbles completely.
  • If you have to erase, erase completely.
reading short answer questions
READINGShort Answer Questions
  • You do not have to write in complete sentences or paragraphs.
  • You may use a bulleted list or a chart.
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READINGShort Answer Questions
  • When asked for support from the passage, use direct quotations backed with commentary or thoughtfully paraphrase.
    • Do NOT “text drop”!
  • Always give one more detail than you are asked for. If asked for 2, supply 3-4, etc.
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READINGShort Answer Questions
  • Make sure you stay within the lines!
  • Anything written outside of the lined portion of the test will not be scored.
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