e. Give Your Answers a Final Check. When you are finished, leave yourself
enough time to reread your answers. You may find some foolish errors you made (like
marking in the wrong column on a computer graded answer page). If you guessed at
the answer the first time and are still not sure, resist that urge to change it. Your first
answer is more likely to be correct.
Effective learning for the soldier depends on a combination of factors: chiefly the
ability of the instructor to teach the subject and the ability of the student to learn what
has been presented. Knowing how to study is a great determiner in whether or not a
soldier will remember the information he has heard. The success of the soldiers you
instruct will depend to a great extent on how well each one can learn, remember what
he learned, and use what he learned. The information you have just read in this lesson
will help you guide your students to success in all three areas.