Beat your test anxiety by being prepared!
Utilize the resources below to help you best prepare for the POST Board Exam.
English Language Learners: Visit our English Language Learner Guide
Click here for complete information about English Language Learner resources.
Doing well on tests is about more than knowing the information.
Improve your test taking/prep abilities and make the most of what you know!
Learn test taking and prep tips and strategies from the folks who know--Peer Tutors.
To connect with a tutor, make an appointment in Tutor Match! Click here for step-by-step instructions. You'll select Criminal Justice/LE in the Topic drop down and then select Peace Officer Licensing Prep or Test Taking/Prep from the Subject drop down menu.
One way to be as successful as possible is to be aware of your current situation so you can make a plan to improve (Metacognition). The same is true for learning skills like test taking and prep. The resources below will help you do just that:
Before, During, and After Strategies for Reading will help you understand and remember what your read. Great overall resource!
Improving Reading Comprehension is another resource to help you comprehend and retain more effectively.
SQ3R (Survey, Question, Read, Recall, Review) will lead you through steps to make sense of the text.
Mind Mapping will help your organize your thoughts and see how concepts interrelate. Great for studying too!
K-W-L (what I Know, what I Want to know, what I Learned) will help you activate and use your prior knowledge. So important to the learning process.
Utilize Learning Express for reading assistance. See Adult Learning Center - Becoming a Better Reader; see College Center - Reading Review.
Skill Surfer can also help with Reading skills. Select ESL, College, and/or Adult College Readiness topics.
How do I take notes that will be helpful?
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