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Assignment 1 Option 2

TF1. In the acronym, C.O.R.E., letter C stands for COLLABORATE? (TRUE/FALSE) FALSE. The letter C stands for COLLECT
FB1. _________ is the helpful acronym you should remember when preparing for an exam. C.O.R.E.
SA1. What should you do if you do not immediately know the answer to a question on an exam? Do not dwell on one question. Move on to other questions that you do know and return to the question at the end. Use your knowledge to make the best educated guess that you can if you still do not know. Never leave answers on an exam blank.
TF 2. If you are unsure of the answer on a TRUE/FALSE question, you should always leave it blank. (TRUE/FALSE) FALSE. You should choose TRUE. It is believed to be more likely that a question you do not know would be TRUE as opposed to FALSE.
TF 3. You should always wear comfortable clothes and have a healthy meal before taking a test. (TRUE/FALSE) TRUE. Eating a well balanced meal can keep not only your body feeling replenished, but your mind feeling sharp! It is important to be comfortable during an exam.
TF 4. If there is time remaining after you have completed a math test, you should look over the answers, formulas, and calculations before submitting the test to your instructor. (TRUE/FALSE) TRUE. If you have the time, it can only help your grade to ensure that you have not made any mistakes in calculations.
TF 5. It can be helpful to look over a test before you take it and complete the questions you know are correct first. (TRUE/FALSE) TRUE. Especially during a timed examination.
TF 6. It is okay to study for a test at the very last minute to more easily remember the test materials. (TRUE/FALSE) FALSE> While that may work for some people, it is proven that the mind will retain more information in smaller increments over time.
SA 2. What is a positive mind exercise that you can do before walking into a test? Have positive thoughts. Visualize success and visualize yourself getting a good grade on the test. Have confidence in your ability to perform well on the exam.
FB 2. TRUE/FALSE questions that contain unconditional words like, none, all, every, or always will typically have the correct answer of __________. False. Because unconditional phrases are overly used in modern communication. Pay close attention to exaggerated statements on TRUE/FALSE questions.
MC 1. If you are unfamiliar with the topic of a short answer question you should: A. Leave it blank. B. Write as much as you possibly can even if it has nothing to do with the question. C. Use your knowledge of the topic and do your best. C. Use your knowledge of the topic and do your best. Also, never leave a question on a test blank.
MC 2. The O in the acronym C.O.R.E. stands for: A. Organize B. Originate C. Opportunity A. Organize.
MC 3. The R in the acronym C.O.R.E. stands for: A. Repetition B. Rehearse C. Remember B. Rehearse.
MC 4. The E in the acronym C.O.R.E. stands for: A. Eat breakfast B. Evaluate C. Educate B. Evaluate.
FB 3. Analyze, Summarize, Explain, and Evaluate are examples of ___________ words. Guide.
FB 4. If any part of a TRUE/FALSE question is FALSE you should select the answer choice __________. False. Even if you are unsure.
FB 5. When taking a test, it is a good idea to calculate the amount of time you have per question by calculating the amount of ____________ allotted for the test divided by the number of ___________. time; questions
FB 6. It is helpful to ___________ the answers that are wrong on a multiple choice question. cross-out
MC 5. To effectively take a test, it may be helpful to: A. highlight B. underline C. re-read D. All of the above D. All of the above
MC 6. When should you begin studying for an exam? A. When you first begin the class. B. the night before the test. C As often as you can D. A&C
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