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1) As of fall 2007, there were  A. 2.9 million college students taking online courses. B. 4.9 million college students taking online courses. C. 1.9 million college students taking online courses. D. 3.9 million college students taking online courses. 2) Online learning includes  A. physical locations for socializing. B. electronic resources provided by the university. C. sports teams and events. D. school organizations to join. 3) For academic written communication you should  A. use contractions B. not check for punctuation and capitalization errors. C. use abbreviations D. edit your work for spelling and grammar errors. 4) Which of the following is not a characteristic of casual written communication?  A. A very casual tone B. Little attention placed on grammar and spelling C. Attention to grammar and spelling D. Abbreviations used frequently. 5) Which of the following is not considered casual written communication?  A. E-mails B. Responses to Discussion Questions C. Text messages D. Friendly letters 6) A majority of college students see college as  A. a way to find the right spouse. B. a pathway to be the smartest person in the family. C. a pathway to a good job. D. a way to buy the right car. 7) Which one of the following is not an outcome of college?  A. You will be less likely to seek appropriate information before making a decision. B. You will be an efficient consumer, save more money, and make better investments. C. You will understand how to accumulate knowledge.
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D. You will spend more time and money on education, hobbies, and civic and community affairs. 8) College provides opportunities for all of the following except:  A. Developing a variety of networks. B.
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