When a student recalls information not previously considered When a student

When a student recalls information not previously

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When a student recalls information not previously considered When a student sees that a classmate has selected another answer
"When a student feels there are not enough ""c"" answers" "When a student realizes there are too many ""b"" answers" 2.00000 points QUESTION 26 "When managing stress, you can't always control what happens to you, you can control your responses " True False 2.00000 points QUESTION 27 Effective test preparation involves all of the following EXCEPT: Pulling an all-nighter the night before the test Actively reviewing the material on which you'll be tested Conquering fears and learning from mistakes Taking a pretest 2.00000 points QUESTION 28 "If you restate a quote in your own words but do not cite your source, you can be rightfully accused of " Using the APA documentation style Constructive criticism Listing works cited Plagiarism 2.00000 points QUESTION 29 Which phrase is defined as a study tool that is a comprehensive and reduced summary of both class and text notes on the same topic? Master note set Brainstorming session A mindmap Problem solving 2.00000 points QUESTION 30 The two main components of healthful eating are moderation and consumption. True False 2.00000 points QUESTION 31 "You are using the CARS test for information quality to evaluate an online article. If you are examining the article to see if it is objective and
moderate, which part of CARS are you evaluating?" Accuracy Credibility Support Reasonablene ss 2.00000 points QUESTION 32 Convergent thinking happens when you Sift through ideas and narrow down to what works Ponder a longstanding problem Determine potential solutions Let your mind wander in different directions 2.00000 points QUESTION 33 "Paula chooses to study at night, in the library, with a friend from class. Her study plan reflects which of the journalists' questions that can help define study strategies?" "What, why and how" "when, where, and who" "Who, where, and how" "What, when, and where" 2.00000 points QUESTION 34 "You are taking a course in anthropology, and your instructor brings up random topics and lectures in a disorganized fashion. Which might be the best note-taking strategy to use in this course?" The Cornell system An informal outline A mindmap or think link A formal outline 2.00000 points QUESTION 35 What is the longest period of time that a forbearance may be placed on your account at one time? As many months as you want 6-months 12 months 4-months 2.00000 points
QUESTION 36 The themes around which social sciences texts are organized boost understanding by Helping you stay focused and not fall asleep Making it easier to write essays with related themes "Providing ""umbrellas"" under which you can group ideas that y encounter" Providing a road map for the vocabulary in the reading 2.00000 points QUESTION 37 "The more you use information in the days after you learn it, the more effectively you will anchor it in long-term memory." True False 2.00000 points QUESTION 38

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