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PROF 114 Study Skills: Test Taking Strategies
Even students who work very hard to prepare for an exam often leave the test feeling that they have studied the wrong things or that their performance has not truly reflected the level at which they have learned. PROF 114 is designed to address various areas of student test-taking skills. Topics covered will include task analysis, memory strategies, organization, effective reviewing, Bloom’s taxonomy, mock tests, test analysis, essay test terminology, and how to "cram" effectively. This course will be offered for the third five-week mini-session of each semester.
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