What happens to the blank brain when you get the test paper?
Some candidates are used to burning the midnight oil before the exam and get very tired. The more tired people are, the worse their memory is, and the greater the possibility of temporary forgetting. Moreover, under the fatigue state, people are prone to a variety of physiological reactions that cause brain retardation. We all have this experience. Sometimes we know the answer to the question clearly. Because of the tension, we can't remember it for a moment, but we don't think about it afterwards, and the correct answer will come up spontaneously.
This phenomenon is called "tongue tip phenomenon" in psychology. When we encounter the phenomenon of "tip of tongue", it is better to put aside the memory and solve other problems. After restraining the past, the knowledge and experience we need will appear naturally.
In an exam, if you can't remember the answer to a certain question for a moment, you can pause your memory, divert your attention and solve other questions first. After a certain period of time, the answer you need may be recalled.
If you get the test paper, the brain is tense to a blank, through strong psychological hints to effectively suppress tension Sui Xu. Suggestions should be specific, brief and affirmative, such as: "I'm ready for this day." "I like examinations and I like to compare with others." "I'm in good spirits, clear-headed and quick-thinking today, and I'm sure to get good grades. There is no need to be nervous about these problems. "I think I have the ability to answer these questions." "Examination is to test how much I have learned. It's important to'learn it'rather than'Get a few points'." "It doesn't matter. Let's do it first." "I've been well prepared and I'm sure I can make a good performance." "I knew I could do it well." "Although the subject is a little difficult, I am well prepared and can't beat me." Through such auditory and speech channels, feedback to the corresponding areas of the cerebral cortex can form a multi-channel enhanced excitation center, which can effectively inhibit your tension.
Details that help you get high marks in the examination room: What are the rules of making choice questions?
There are four basic ways to do multiple choice questions:
The first is the recall method, which extracts the contents to be filled in directly from the memory bank.
The second is the direct answer method, which is often used in mathematics and science examination questions. According to the known conditions, the correct answer can be obtained through calculation, drawing or substitution selection.
The third method is to eliminate the error method, excluding the wrong answers in the choice items, and the rest is the correct answers.
The fourth method is guessing. Sometimes you will encounter some questions that are uncertain or beyond your ability. If these questions do not indicate the wrong score, guess that you will create more scoring opportunities. When you are confronted with a topic that leaves you with no clues, you can leave it there first, reconsider it before the end of the exam, and fill in the code selected by your first feeling if you still have no clues.
The answer as a whole has a rule: each option appears roughly the same number of times. When the time is too tight and you have many questions that you can't do, it's better to look through the previous selection and choose the words that appear least. This is also a test-taking skill. In a word, we should be careful in choosing the questions, grasp the train of thought, and consider the answers and the questions together. If you know the topic well and master t