While exams can incite anxiety in many test-takers, I like taking computer-based standardized tests. They’re like video games where you win with vocabulary words, math tricks, and good reading comprehension.
As a GMAT teacher, I won’t pretend that finding the area of a regular hexagon or knowing when to use “which” and when to use “that” is going to make or break your career. It’s not the content of the tests that will help you in your job but rather the practice of studying effectively for these tests that can build capabilities that will make you a mental (and even emotional) superhero.
Here are 5 test-taking skills that will help you in your career.