A User's Guide to College: Making Notes and Taking Tests/Conversations With Professor Walter Pauk

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Jamestown Publishers, Oct 1, 1987 - Study Aids - 72 pages
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In this book the author offers students commonsense advice on how to excel at all types of classroom tests.

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To the Student
5
Making and Reviewing Notes
6
Developing TestTaking Skills
18
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About the author (1987)

A true pioneer in the field of study skills, Dr. Walter Pauk has been dispensing common-sense advice to students for more than half a century. Pauk led the way in advocating the now popular wide margin note-taking strategy commonly known as the Cornell System. A licensed psychologist and trusted teacher, Pauk was director of the Reading-Study Center at Cornell University, where he earned his PhD in Psychology and Education and remains Professor Emeritus. He is the author of more than 100 books.

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