However, I was smart enough to figure out early on that achieving success in academics had far more to do with the ability to master multiple-choice tests than raw intellect.
Detroit, MI (PRWEB) August 20, 2012
After 53 years and more than a thousand multiple-choice tests, Ron Thompson created a process to help anyone beat the standardized exam.
The methods can be found in his latest book, Attacking the Standardized Exam, which guides readers in equipping themselves with the proper tools to ace their next multiple-choice test.
“As a teenager, I struggled through high school. I barely graduated with a 1.4 grade point average,” Thompson explains. “However, I was smart enough to figure out early on that achieving success in academics had far more to do with the ability to master multiple-choice tests than raw intellect. From there, I began a 35-year study on the art and science of passing, mastering, and scoring high on multiple-choice tests,” Thompson says.
Thompson’s journey took him a long way from that 1.4 GPA. He was even awarded a full scholarship to law school after being ranked in the 98 percentile of the aptitude test.
Now an established estate, business and tax planning attorney, financial planner and real estate consultant, Thompson has had extensive experience with standardized examinations and certification processes.
So, what’s the secret to his success? From building your confidence before the test to keeping a cool head while penciling in bubbles, Thompson reveals his proven strategy and perfected pieces of advice in Attacking the Standardized Exam.
Attacking the Standardized Exam
The Art of Mastering Multiple Choice Standardized Tests
By Ronald Thompson
Available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and AuthorHouse.
About the author:
Having served as a commissioned officer in the United States Marine Corps and as Assistant Dean at the University of Detroit School of Law, Ronald S. Thompson received his Bachelor of General Studies from the University of Michigan, his Masters of Business Administration from Boston University, and his Juris Doctor from the University of Detroit School of Law. A licensed attorney in Michigan and Ohio, Thompson is also a licensed residential builder, a licensed real estate broker, a series 7, 63 and 65 securities register investment advisor, a licensed health, life, property and casualty insurance producer, and a national registry emergency medical technician-paramedic. He is a certified commercial investment member (CCIM), counselor of real estate (CRE), chartered life underwriter (CLU), chartered financial consultant (ChFC), and certified financial planner (CFP). Currently an estate, business and tax planning attorney, financial planner and real estate consultant, he now resides in Michigan.
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