Note to reviewers: need to pull over things already have on this.
If you do not know how to use a file instead of printing the pages, just ask me.
Basic rules to help your brain:
1. Never mark your answer on the question itself. Example: Never highlight the answer or circle it.
2. Write what you think is the answer to each question in the left margin
3. If you are just guessing, write a question mark next to it.
After you get the results from entering those
answers into Blackboard, come back to the file or print and write a thin line
through the wrong answer and then write the correct answer next to it.
Make sure you can still read the ? if you were guessing and your original choice of the answer.
If you don’t know why those rules will help you, then ask. Glad to help.
You now know:
· what you know (and don’t have to read)
· and what you guessed or missed (and do have to read)
Using that knowledge, do what people frequently call “read over” the chapters that cover this content.
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