You can do this although passing a chemistry exam can seem like an overwhelming task. Take them to heart and pass that exam! Study. Get a good night's sleep. Eat breakfast. Today is not the day to skip it in case you are someone who drinks caffeinated drinks. Simply  today is not the day to start in case  you never drink caffeine. Get to the exam early enough that you have time to get organized and relax. Don't risk drawing a blank when confronted with a calculation! Write them down even before you look at the test in case you memorized constants or equations. Read the instructions for the test! Find out whether points will be deducted for wrong answers and whether you have to answer all of the questions. Chemistry test sometimes allows you to choose which questions to answer. For example, you may need to only work 5/10 problems. You might do more work than you need to and waste valuable time in case you do not read the test instructions. Scan the test to see which questions are worth the most points. Prioritize the high-point questions, to make sure you get them done.

How to pass chemistry test

You may be tempted to rush on in, but take a minute to relax, compose yourself, and figure out where you need to be when your allotted time is halfway over. Decide which questions you're going to answer first and how much time you'll give yourself to go back over your work. You may think you know where a question is going, but it's better to be safe than sorry. Also, chemistry questions often have multiple parts. By seeing where the question is going sometimes you can get hints how to work a problem. Sometimes you can even find the answer to the first part of a question this way. There are two reasons for this. First, it build confidence, which helps you relax and improves your performance on the remainder of the test. Second in case you run out of time on the test then at least you got some right answers, it gets you some quick points. It may seem logical to work a test from the beginning to the end. This is a good way to avoid accidentally missing questions, but most students do better if they skip over harder questions and then go back to them in case you are confident that you have time and know all the answers. Even in case you do not know how to work the problem, write down what you know. This can serve as a visual aid to jar your memory or it can earn you partial credit.  It helps your instructor understand your thought process so you can still learn the material in case you end up getting the question wrong or leaving it incomplete. Also, make sure you show your work neatly. Circle or underline the answer so your instructor can find it in case you are working out an entire problem.