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EXE 100 Nature and Needs of Individuals Who Are Exceptional Exceptional Education Department Dr. Meger Study Guide for Test One About the Test: Wait outside the room on the day of the test, because I need to put the tests at each place on the tables. I will need about 5 volunteers to help me pass out the test. If you would like to help, wait in the room on the morning of the test. When that is done I will call you in to start the test. At that time everything must go on the floor and there must be no talking. Bring 2 sharpened #2 pencils with erasers to complete the scan-tron sheet for the test If you have an unexcused absence you will have to take an essay makeup test. See the syllabus for more information There will be 2 forms to the test. The questions will be the same however the order of the questions will be different. Each form of the test will have a different colored top sheet. When you are finished with the test make sure you put your test on the pile with other tests of the same color, otherwise you will receive a very low grade. I will have the grades posted on Blackboard by 9:00 p.m. the next day following the test There are 50 multiple choice questions on the test. Approximately 30 are from the notes and 20 are from the book I will not be able to distribute almost 400 tests, however on the next class day after the test you may sign up to see your test Things that will help you do well on the test: Use the study guide. Everything that is on the test is on the study guide. Read your textbook Read all the responses on the test before you choose your answer There is no pattern to the answers on the scan-tron sheet. Know that I truly am NOT trying to trick you with the questions or the answers Choose only the BEST answer Remember, your first answer is usually right When reading a question, cover up the answers and try to answer the question before you look at the choices. Oftentimes, reading a few responses will confuse you. Don’t personalize the answer. Ask yourself, “Is this what I think just sounds right or is this what Dr. Meger actually said in class and it is also in my notes and/or book?” Don’t think about someone you know and then try to answer the question based upon what you know about the person. Don’t answer based upon your opinion. Think only about what you heard in class or what was in your notes and/or book.
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