Hello in my physics program at Trent university (Canada) we have replaced written midterms with interactive tests where we are given a remote and multiple choice questions on the slideshow. For each question ( all conceptual) 1 minute is given per question (5 choices per question). Each test worth 12% of our grade and we have 4 class tests in total. I have already had one test so far (2nd one coming very soon) which I did very poorly. We sit in the lecture hall and each of have a remote that corresponds to our student file. Whatever button we press get recorded and the last button we click before the timer is up on each question is recorded as our response to that question. I can't seem to function well when placed in such a stressful situation. If you give me a written midterm with conceptual questions/ calculations and tell me I have two hours to finish the midterm, that's perfectly all right. I am prepared for that. But for this type of test, where we get 1 minute per question, I either blank out or panic. My brain stops working and I end up watching the countdown timer instead. Anyone have strategy for doing well in these kind of "new" tests? They worth almost half of our grade so doing well is essential. Thanks.