Test taking strategies

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Contemporary Books, 1981 - Education - 120 pages
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Test taking is a skill apart from learning course material, a skill every student must acquire in order to survive. Test-Taking Strategies is the book for anyone who has ever dreaded an exam.How to raise your scores on all types of tests - multiple choice, true / false, matching computer scored, hand graded, long essay, short essay and oral exams.

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Contents

BeforetheTest Study Strategies
1
What to Do About BeforetheTest Worry
14
What to Do in the Test Room
19
Copyright

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Judi Kesselman-Turkel and Franklynn Peterson write and publish the newsletter CPA Computer Report. They have written hundreds of articles and more than twenty books including "The Author’ s Handbook," "Good Writing," and "The Magazine Writer’ s Handbook," They live in Madison, Wisconsin.

Nancy Selfridge, M.D., practices family medicine with the University of Wisconsin Health-Physicians Plus Medical Group in Madison, specializing in treating fibromyalgia.
Franklynn Peterson has written more than twenty self-help books.

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