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Test-taking and preparation skills are crucial for college success. This seminar offers tips such as writing down everything you remember, reviewing test questions, and making an educated guess. Speakers include Jerrod Henderson, Nicole Toler, and Cheryl Moo-Young.
Test-taking is an important skill for college success. In colleges and universities, much of a student’s grades are based on quiz and test performance.
Doing well on these tests is an indicator of subject matter knowledge and a good indicator of how you would perform in the workplace. This seminar will focus on test-taking and test-preparation tips and strategies for college-level tests.
Applying helpful test-taking and test-preparation skills addressed in this seminar, such as writing down everything you remember, reading the directions, browsing the test questions, putting together a plan, and making an educated guess, will teach you how to prepare for and perform well on any test so that you feel confident that you’re bringing your testing A-game.
At the end of this seminar, participants will be able to review the factors limiting higher college assessment scores, identify practices for dealing with test anxiety, measure the validity of current test-taking methods, and generate more efficient techniques for improving assessment scores.
The seminar will feature speakers Jerrod Henderson, associate professor at the University of Houston, Nicole Toler, electrical engineering manager at Raytheon, and Cheryl Moo-Young, executive director, the Business Transformation Office at DTCC.