Test Preparation Archive
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
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.
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 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
Creating the Image First I will show you how to make a diagram to study from. I am going to take a sample diagram from my anatomy class to show you how to achieve this. This diagram can work for flash cards or as a print out that you