How to Study for an Essay Exam // Extended Response Study Tips - Videos


Studying for an essay exam and don’t quite know how to prepare for extended response questions? These 5 study tips have helped me significantly improve my grades when writing long answers on tests. I am hoping that they can also work for you ^____^ Thank you so much for watching (on and for those of you that made it to my ANNOUNCEMENT at the end – check out my Instagram for some updates as the little project progresses).

❥❥How to Answer Extended-Response or Essay Questions:

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  1. Ohh Ana!! I can feel your excitement ? I hope you'll be really happy in your new life as a couple ❤ I wish I could already move with my bf too…

    About the studying part, I wonder how you still find study topics to talk about, they are always different and the info is always very usefull! You've helped me so much in the last few months… I just want to say a big THANK YOU for your effort, it worths it. ??

  2. Please make a video on how to do a group project with difficult team members. I've gotten good tips but want your take on it too. Sometimes I have people who don't want to listen to my input, ppl who take forever to get back to me when they're working on sections that come before my part of the assignment(don't communicate), or ppl who aren't working at all and aren't getting back to me/ us with their part of the assignment(slackers). What have figured out to do in all these cases? Thanks in advance!

  3. Congratulations Ana, for moving towards success in ur life by owning ur own house with ur bf!! ??✌? U'll be inspiration, motivation as well as dedication to everyone…. Love u… ??

  4. Hi Ana, I've only just come accross your material. I have found many of your tips so helpful, I also love the way you present. I haven't had a chance to go through all your material yet. I am going back to college to study education (on line) after nearly 40 years since I studied at school. I'm starting with part time studies and next year going to full time. I'm not sure how I should allocate time to study each subject. Each semester comprises of thirteen weeks. This year Ill be doing two subjects per semester and next year I'll be doing 4 subjects per semester. I'm not sure how many hours I need to allocate for study per day per subject. What would you recommend? Also, with assessments, if you have several due at one time, do you work on one at a time, or do you work on a bit of each of them each day? If you have already done a video regarding this topic, could you please provide me with the link. I would be greatful for any advice you could give me as I am new to this. I am a wife and mum so I need to find the right balance.
    Thank you and all the best to you.

  5. Wow that's a heck of a leap of faith! All the best, Ana. I know how troublesome it is to shift your residence. Had a lot of experience about that. As my mom has a little psychological problem that she keeps finding out somebody is stealing her stuffs in every other flat we move into -_- So, we have to shift when this problem turns into extreme 😐

  6. Hi Ana! I really love your channel!! I don't know if you've done it already, but I wanted to ask you if you could do a video on how to manage "everything" (studies, work, social life, housework, sports, social media, etc). I have lots of things that I can't stop doing but I don't know how to manage it all. Also, I wanted to tell you that I love you voice, it's so relaxing ?


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