There's a few tests that are pretty self explanatory in regards to what and how to study. For instance, you'll read up on memorizing your formulas for a math test, or you do absolutely nothing for a blood test. I'm a bit unclear on how exactly one studies for a concussion test, though. Oakland Raiders safety Michael Huff suffered a concussion and now has to pass the test before he is cleared to play, as per NFL rules and regulations, and he had a tweet yesterday regarding it:
Maybe somebody more in the know can tell me what exactly is required for a concussion test - or how exactly one studies for it. At any rate, it seems a little worrying that Huff is having a hard time studying for it. A hard time studying for a concussion test says to me that your bell still might be ringing a little bit. At the very least, he gains some confidence, which you can read about after the jump.