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Evaluation of Test Taking Skills Evaluate your current methods of preparing for and taking tests. Put a check beside each item that you currently do or any item that you plan to do in the future. What to Study DO NOW PLAN TO DO 1. Key terms, definitions, and examples __________ __________ 2. Enumerations (lists of items) __________ __________ 3. Points emphasized in class __________ __________ 4. Reviews and study guides __________ __________ 5. Questions from past quizzes and textbook chapters __________ __________ General Tips before an Exam 1. Study right before sleep __________ __________ 2. Take materials needed to exam __________ __________ 3.. Be on time for the exam __________ __________ 4. Sit in a quiet spot __________ __________ 5. Read all directions carefully __________ __________ 6. Budget your time __________ __________ Getting Ready for Objective Exams
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Unformatted text preview: 1. Ask instructor about makeup of test __________ __________ 2. Look at similar tests __________ __________ 3. Review carefully all main points __________ __________ 4. Make up practice test items __________ __________ Taking Objective Exams 1. Answer the easy questions first __________ __________ 2. Do difficult questions in the time remaining __________ __________ 3. Answer all questions __________ __________ 4. Ask instructor to explain unclear items __________ __________ 5. Think of instructor's point of view with difficult questions __________ __________ 6. Mark key words in difficult questions __________ __________ 7. State difficult questions in own words __________ __________ 8. Use specific hints given in questions __________ __________ 9. Use the process of elimination __________ __________ 10. Use all time given __________ __________...
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This note was uploaded on 09/13/2011 for the course LEARNING L 110 taught by Professor Afrancis during the Spring '11 term at Community College of Philadelphia.

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