learner-questionnaire - 3 Please describe your competency...

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Name: Learner Questionnaire All information will be kept confidential. If you object to answering any question below please leave it blank. The information from this questionnaire is intended to enable the instructor to form diverse learning teams. 1) Where did you go to high school? 2) Please list undergraduate math courses you have taken. Indicate the name of the course, the year, and the institution. 3)
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Unformatted text preview: 3) Please describe your competency in using mathematical software such as MATLAB, MAPLE, MATHEMATICA etc. 4) What degree are you seeking? (Please indicate major). 5) Briefly indicate your career goals. 6) Please rate your confidence in doing ANY problem from Calculus 2. b none b a little b a fair amount b a lot b complete confidence 8) What was your favorite undergraduate class and why?...
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