Test1Superman'sCape2010[2]

Test1Superman'sCape2010[2] - Dont Tug on Supermans Cape (or...

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Don’t Tug on Superman’s Cape (or It is a Very Good Idea to Study for Test #1 ) Sage advice for failing to take test preparation seriously can easily come from an adaptation of an old Jim Croce song (“You Don’t Mess Around With Jim”): “’You don't tug on Superman's cape You don't spit into the wind You don't pull the mask off the old Lone Ranger And you don't mess around with … [tests]'” ASSIGNMENT:  Take the steps below to create a five day study plan which can help  you prepare for Test #1 in one of your courses. 1. Create a study checklist 1 to focus your preparation— not a review sheet but, rather, the briefest possible reference to each item that you need to learn before the test, such as: terms definitions events and dates people concepts, theories, major ideas key textbook sections/chapters lecture notes 2. Make and organize review/study tools , such as flashcards, charts, time lines, tables of formulas, acronyms, mind/concept maps. 3.
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This note was uploaded on 12/09/2011 for the course EDC 1100 taught by Professor Sally during the Spring '11 term at Baylor.

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