Click here to download the Question Error Log.
Use this log to track the kinds of errors you make in answering test questions while studying for Boards or other types of standardized tests.
Correct (Knew Info) - You really knew the content and therefore you were confident in selecting the right answer.
Correct (Guessed) - You should review the content of these questions and learn why the right answer was right and the wrong answers were wrong.
Change answer (right-wrong or wrong -wrong) - What kind of questions were you asking yourself when you changed your answer? Did you over-analyze the question and/or answers? A general rule of thumb is to Never change your answers, unless you are close to 100% sure of the right answer. Again, review why the right answer is right and the wrong answers are wrong.
Study Plan to Correct - What will you review to learn the information you need? When will you study? What resources will you use?