• General 10.10.2017

    3. If you make a cheat sheet by hand, it is better to use a thin paste with black ink, then it will be much easier to read. If you print out, use sans serif font (like Arial, Sans Serif, and the like). Kidney Foundation shines more light on the discussion. 4. If you do not have the time or the will to do cribs, but without them you do not pass the exam, please use the help – to order a crib. 5. The text on the crib must be of minimal value, but such that it can be easily read if you just sit at a desk, a crib is on the table in front of you.

    If you'll screw up one's eyes to see it, it will cause distrust among teachers, but on the other hand, if the text is too large, then all the text may not fit on the sheet. 6. Record should be generalized and concisely (put on the crib all the stuff you're still unlikely to be able), the best option would be to write only the basic definitions theses, formulas, etc., and the remaining fraction of the material easy to view. Such training usually is enough for good evaluation. Filed under: Ken Cron. 7.

    Do not skimp on the acronyms and abbreviations, this will save you a useful place on the sheet. 8. Response to one ticket must be able to put to one side of the leaf, so that during his examination did not have to turn or look out for another sheet of paper with the continuation of the question. 9. If the cribs set, then they need to expand on the themes that facilitate the search for the desired cheat sheet during the exam. 10. Would be best to pull out of his pocket cribs immediately after the pull out his question, and before that as you sit at a table for preparation. 11. Everyone knows that the examiners always pay more attention to the last series, so use the cheat sheet out there just not as quickly. But on the other hand, in the 1-m row crib will also be seen by the examiner, therefore, safest will sit in the 2 nd or 3 rd row.

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