5 Steps to a 5 AP Environmental Science, 2014-2015 Edition by Linda Williams

By Linda Williams

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B. c. d. e. Gold Nickel Sulfur Manganese Lead Answer: If a student zipped through this question, didn’t see the not, and didn’t know sulfur was a nonmetal, he or she might waste time rereading the question and trying to find the right answer. In this case, the word which points to a single choice and helps sort out the negative question. Just remember to watch for words like not, most, least, always, and never. Approaching Each Question Type ❮ 31 2. Look before you leap (or think before you look).

However, there are tips to help you get every point possible from your answers. STRATEGY 1. Readability. For a grader to give you all the points you deserve, he or she needs to be able to read your answers. So print if necessary, be organized, and make sure your answers make sense. If they do, you’ll score higher. 2. Follow through, even if you goof up. Sometimes, when you’re halfway through a question, you realize you made an error or bad assumption. If it’s really huge, go back and fix it. If it’s small, it’s better to keep going (maybe with an explanation) so the reader knows your thought process.

A. b. c. d. e. Gold Nickel Sulfur Manganese Lead Answer: If a student zipped through this question, didn’t see the not, and didn’t know sulfur was a nonmetal, he or she might waste time rereading the question and trying to find the right answer. In this case, the word which points to a single choice and helps sort out the negative question. Just remember to watch for words like not, most, least, always, and never. Approaching Each Question Type ❮ 31 2. Look before you leap (or think before you look).

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