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Quiz - Test Taking Strategies Strategies for Answering...

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Quiz Access Date(s): 28 Feb 2010 - 7 Mar 2010 Can be reviewed in Gradebook on: 10 Mar 2010 Number of times Quiz can be taken: 1 Time allowed to complete Quiz: 1 Hour Quiz Information This is an open book, open notes quiz, worth 25 points. There are 7 Multiple-Choice questions and 3 short answers. The exam questions are related to TCO 1 and the information covered in the Syllabus and Course Lecture. 1 Given status as a new college student, use problem solving strategies to identify and address barriers to success, and create a Personal Mission Statement and Plan of Study to manage time and academic and personal responsibilities. Note that you have 1 hour to complete the quiz. Please make sure you SAVE your answers every 5 to 10 minutes, so that you are not accidentally timed out by your ISP. If you experience technical problems while taking this quiz, please contact the eCollege Help Desk at 800-594-2402. You may want to write this number down for easy access.
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Unformatted text preview: Test Taking Strategies Strategies for Answering Multiple-Choice Questions • Watch out for distractors , or answers that are designed to distract you from choosing the correct answer. • Before you read the answers that are on the exam, try to answer the question on your own. If your answer matches one of the exam answers, you are probably right. • Read all the choices and eliminate the answers that you know are incorrect. • If you are unsure, try reading the question and the each answer out loud. Hearing the two together can help. • Beware of “none of the above” or “all of the above.” These can be the correct answer, but make sure that all of the possibilities apply before choosing “all of the above.” Make sure that none of the possibilities apply before choosing “none of the above.” Quiz is closed at this time. Check availability in the table above....
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