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What is the best way to review the questions in final exam

 
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Hi Ranchers,

I would like to know what is the best way to review the questions during final exam. Should we mark each question for review apart from Drag and Drop as I heard that when we try to review it the choices gets erased? My current policy is I do not mark any question to review as soon as my test is over I start reviewing the questions from the beginning. Is it the correct procedure to follow in final exam? If not what is the best way to review and what you guys recommend that how many times we should review the questions?

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Padma
 
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Only mark the questions on which you're not sure and write the answers of the drag and drop questions on paper, so when everything is lost. You have your old answer on paper.
 
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