How To Pass Any Exam

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Acing standardized tests comes easy to only a select number of individuals. Unfortunately, most perform at a subpar level and this holds them back from getting into their school of choice or getting licenses that will help them in their careers.

But I figured out a process that will virtually guarantee that you will ace every test you take in life.

If you follow this process you will perform above your wildest expectations and leave your competition in the dust. I’ve successfully used this process over the years to obtain my CPA, CFP, Series 6, 7 and insurance licenses.

In my last major exam, the ten hour-long CFP exam, I used this finely tuned process to pass the CFP in one sitting. The pass rate on the CFP exam is less than 50% for those taking it the first time, so this process works.

Here’s the process:

Step #1 Read Topic Material

Step #2 Re-Read Topic Material and Highlight Important Information

Step #3 Create Note Deck

Review highlights. Summarize important concepts/info in a 81/2 inch by 11 inch notebook for that specific topic.

Step #4 Review Note Deck

Step #5 Take Topic Test

Step #6 Review Topic Test

After taking your Topic Test, read every answer, right or wrong, and summarize new information onto you Note Deck.

Step #7 Create Index Card Deck #1

Transfer key information from your Note Deck onto your Index Card Deck #1 for that topic.

Step # 8 Topic Practice Test #2

Take 2nd Topic Practice Test.

Step #9 Review Practice Test #2

Read all answers and include new information onto Note Deck.

Step #10 Amend Index Card Deck #1

Transfer new key information from Note Deck into your Index Card Deck #1 for that topic.

Step #11 Index Card Deck #2

Summarize key information from the topic onto Index Card Deck #2. Index Card Deck #2 should include Keywords that help you remember the most important information – information that is almost certainly going to be included on the test.

Step #12 Repeat Steps #1-11 For Each Subsequent Topic

Step #13 Take Full Test

Step #14 Review Full Test Incorrect Answers

Review your incorrect answers to the Full Test and incorporate new information onto your Note Deck. Then transfer new information onto your Index Card Deck #1. Any new information included on Index Card Deck #1 that has a high likelihood of being tested should then be included on Index Card Deck #2.

Step #15 Take Full Test #2

Once again review your incorrect answers to the 2nd Full Test and incorporate new information onto your Note Deck. Then transfer new key information onto your Index Card Deck #1. Any new information included on Index Card Deck #1 that has a high likelihood of being tested should then be included on Index Card Deck #2.

Step #16 Review Index Card Decks #1 and #2

Step #17 Full Test #3

By the time you take Full Test #3 you will be testing well. Your test scores will be significantly higher.

Step #18 One Week Review

Spend the week prior to your official exam studying Index Card Decks #1 and #2.

Step #19 Cram & Sleep

On the day prior to your official exam, study Index Card Deck #2. Then get at least 7 hours of sleep.

Step #20 Ace The Exam

Final Point: Getting a full night’s sleep is critical. Sleep helps consolidate memories. That’s one of it’s main purposes. You must, therefor, get at least 7 hours of sleep every night throughout this process and especially that week prior to the official exam. The more sleep you can get during that week, the better you will do on the official exam.

Good luck. Never stop dreaming and never quit on your dreams!

TCORLEY

2 Comments

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  2. Brad Innoc on October 9, 2021 at 2:51 PM

    Repetition and practice are key, absolutely re-read and work exercises, that is how I got thru college and grad school

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