Test Taking

Test Taking - Test Taking 1. What is the Purpose for Taking...

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Test Taking 1. What is the Purpose for Taking a Test? Page 1 of 8 Reasons for Taking a Test: To measure learning ability. To demonstrate mastery/progress level. To improve learning effort. To achieve a level of competence in different settings. To achieve educational goal. To develop confidence.
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2. How to Improve Test Performance? i. Identify test type and materials covered. Topics Type of questions Materials to be covered ii. Identify what’s important Lecturer’s hints People who had sit for the test Refer to previous questions/revision questions Focus on details/examples? Critical thinking or memorization? Questions are straightforward or tricky? iii. Create a study plan/schedule Focus on related/primary materials Time management skills iv. Prepare Thoroughly and Carefully Use SQ3R Review notes Time your review: within a day of lecture Mark up your notes Organize your notes: headings/sub headings; Think link;
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This note was uploaded on 07/29/2011 for the course BUS 444 taught by Professor Lynn during the Spring '11 term at Keuka.

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