Exam Preparation

In the words of my best friend, Mr. Taylor, "I've said all the things."  It is up to you, the student, to prepare yourself for the year-end examination.

Here are some links on proper study habits: 
    23 More Tips!                                 Effective Study Skills (Dr. Kizlik)

There are hundreds of scientific studies and they all say basically the same things:
  • Eat healthy food and do not stray from this.
  • Get proper, regular sleep (and not just the night before the exam).
  • Study in chunks, take breaks. (50-10 rule or 25-5, etc)
  • Repeat what you studied to someone else. Go over topics a few times.
  • Create study notes but also try to recite with your eyes closed.
  • Test yourself or have someone test you.
  • Turn off your phone. No, not on silent. OFF.
Below are Mr. Brash's resources specific to the grade 10 curriculum. These resources are by no means complete but they are very thorough. Utilize your class notes, textbook, and previous assessments.

Review Content
(see chapter pages for links to relevant videos and practice)
» A list of what you should know...        » Another, more comprehensive list of what you should know...

» Our textbook Course Review: Pages 438-447 (answers start on 564)
» Our textbook Challenging Problems: Pages 448-457 (answers start on 567)

» Extra questions from another textbook (only my students will have access to this link through their @ocsbstudent.ca account)

» 2016 Exam Review (printable questions)
  ↪ 2016 Exam Review Solutions

» 2012 Exam Review (printable with space to work)  {contains material no longer covered but still relevant}
  ↪ 2012 Review Solutions

Having trouble with a topic? Try:
    - Homework Help
    - Khan Academy
    - YouTube search
    - Google
    - A seriously awesome MPM2D teacher (with great notes and exam study material)

More content may follow - keep checking back while you study.