How To Unpick Tough Fitness Exam Mock Questions

This web class replay will show you how to unpick tough Fitness Exam Mock Questions in 5 Simple Steps

So you can pass your exam with confidence.

You’ll discover:

  • The BIGGEST culprit behind why trainee fitness peeps fail their exams.
  • A simple 5-Step formula to use on every exam question and guarantee yourself a pass.
  • Follow along as we break down 3-example mock questions and tackle the 5-Step Formula together.

Why People Fail Exams

Most exam failures are a result of not reading the exam questions properly.

On exam day it is easy to get anxious or stressed and this causes us to rush the reading of the questions and make assumptions.

Rushing through the questions will lead to silly mistakes, like misreading keywords or assuming the answer is the same you’ve seen in mock questions

In the webclass replay below we teach the KINGS formula, which is a 5 step process to follow on EVERY single exam question.

Practice this in advance of exam day and notice how much calmer you can remain during the exam, allowing you to get the best possible score.

Watch the Webclass Replay: How To Unpick Tough Fitness Exam Mock Questions

Recap the 5 Steps below and use the mock Questions to practice the formula

The KINGS FORMULA – 5 Steps to reading an exam question

Before we jump into the 5 steps of the KINGS formula, start by covering up the suggested answer on your Multiple Choice Exam Paper, so you can only see the question.

K = Keywords (what are the keywords and phrases in the question)
I = I know (what do I know about these keywords)
N = Necessity (re-read the question, what does it NEED you to know)
G = Guess (without looking at the answers have a guess)
S = Select an Answer (reveal the multiple-choice answers and select the one that links best to your guess)

Practice the KINGS Formula with today’s mock questions:

[NOTE: The answers are below the 3rd questions]

1.During inhalation, where does oxygen diffuse to, from the alveoli?
A. Trachea
B. Vena cava
C. Bronchioles
D. Capillaries

2. Which types of foods are best to restock glycogen stores, as part of a post-exercise meal or snack?
A. Fast release Carbohydrates
B. Slow release Carbohydrates
C. Foods high in protein
D. Foods high in fat

3. What is the name of the organelle used for the production of aerobic energy?
A. Mitochondria
B. Capillaries
C. Nucleus
D. Glycogen

What’s the CORRECT answer?

Answers to the mock questions are :

Question 1=D, Question 2 =A, Question 3 = A

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In summary

  • Use the Kings Formula to unpick the complex exam questions
  • Take your time
  • Practice with more fitness exam mock questions
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Hayley “Fitness Exam Mock Questions” Bergman

Parallel Coaching

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