How To Study For and Pass the VTNE

Studying for the veterinary technician national examination can seem like a daunting task. You will never know what they will decide to put on the test or what they won’t. Statistically, the pass rate of this test is only 63% so it is imperative that you study hard for

8 Simple Tips To Save More Money in 2017

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There are a myriad of ways to save money. I am going to show you 8 of the tips that you can use to save the most money in 2017 so that you can save up for what you really want. Sometimes the hardest thing in life can be

Take Turns Drawing Flash Cards to Pass Your Next Test

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Studying effectively for a long period of time without getting burned out requires creativity and motivation to strive for the highest grade possible. By far the most fun way of studying I have found to this day is to study in groups where you rotate through the group asking questions.

How to Use Mind Maps for Studying

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Image maps and diagrams are a fantastic way to visualize the material that you are learning and put it into a way that you can understand it rapidly and regurgitate it onto a test. This method works fantastic for pharmacology, microbiology, and anesthesia with the planes and depth levels.

Writing and Rewriting Your Notes To Pass Your Test

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Writing and rewriting class notes is potentially the most effective method for learning course material. I like to use different colored sharpies to make my notes fun and easy to read. I prefer to use red for headlines, blue for sub headlines, and green for the notes that fall
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