Learning, Studying and Types of Tests – Do’s and Don’ts

Regular Tests in College

The learning process is a complex system, and part of it is the assessment or evaluation of your progress, which is done through tests and standard exams. College tests are design to measure a variety of things such your fitness for a program of study, and your overall progress learning the material.

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选择题的秘诀 – 如何做选择题

回答选择题的具体步骤

例题:

Which of the following is a helpful tip for taking a multiple-choice test?

  1. Answering “B” for all questions.
  2. Eliminate all answers that you know cannot be true.
  3. Eliminate all answers that seem like they might be true.
  4. Cheat off your neighbor.

 

 

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RCMP RPAT Errata

Version 7.5 – March 7 2018

Reading Comprehension – Practice Test 1
1. A
Helen’s parents hired Anne to teach Helen to communicate. Choice B is incorrect because the passage states Anne had trouble finding her way around, which means she could walk. Choice C is incorrect because you don’t hire a teacher to teach someone to play. Choice D is incorrect because by age 6, if Helen had never eaten, she would have starved to death.

2. B
The correct answer because that fact is stated directly in the passage. The passage explains that Anne taught Helen to hear by allowing her to feel the vibrations in her throat.

3. B
We can infer that Anne is a patient teacher because she did not leave or lose her temper when Helen bit or hit her; she just kept trying to teach Helen. Choice B is incorrect because Anne taught Helen to read and talk. Choice C is incorrect because Anne could hear. She was partially blind, not deaf. Choice D is incorrect because it does not have to do with patience.

4. B
The passage states that it was hard for anyone but Anne to understand Helen when she spoke. Choice A is incorrect because the passage does not mention Helen spoke a foreign language. Choice C is incorrect because there is no mention of how quiet or loud Helen’s voice was. Choice D is incorrect because we know from reading the passage that Helen did learn to speak.