Well,, i kind of knew that i wasnt going to be using cheat sheet that much during the mid term. Because we covered enormous things during first and second quarters and i knew that i cant fit everything in that little paper. So.. What i wrote was a little bit of literary elements and wrote about the presentations we did. And still i didnt even get to look at the cheat sheet, even though i kind of looked a few times, it still didnt really help me that much.. So yeah at first i thought its really useful but when the test began, it was useless...
At first when I just started filling out my cheat sheet, I was going to fill up the whole page but as I was writing, I thought that I won't need everything. Therefore, I just wrote down the things that I would forget or were hard for me to memorize. During the exam, I used my cheat sheet for three times(?), which was quite helpful.
After all, i think the cheatsheet helped a lot on the 10 questions. other then that, the cheatsheet was useless. Most of the questions weren't really comprehension questions. Instead, we need to think about the stories and sometimes make some comparison, which is impossible to be written down on the cheat sheet.
it didnt really help me, my cheat sheet had lots of things about the literary elements, we didnt have lots of questions about the lit. element, so it didnt really help me that much. Also most of the questions on the exams were critical thinking questions :/
my cheat sheet was so useful. I think 3 Q of multiple choice and 2~3 of short answers were in my cheat sheet. Oh, and the 6 steps thing was in there too lol. I think i got many things what Ms Boyd will make in test, which means the important part of the semester haha
Post by jooyoungpark on Feb 19, 2013 9:36:05 GMT -5
To be honest as i remember, it was nearly useless, most of the stuff i wrote down such as the 6 steps, some of the lit elements, some examples, and keywords, all i memorized because i looked at the cheat sheet so many times while making it