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Study Skills Key Terms

Subjects : literacy, soft-skills
Instructions:
  • Answer 50 questions in 15 minutes.
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  • Match each statement with the correct term.
  • Don't refresh. All questions and answers are randomly picked and ordered every time you load a test.

This is a study tool. The 3 wrong answers for each question are randomly chosen from answers to other questions. So, you might find at times the answers obvious, but you will see it re-enforces your understanding as you take the test each time.
1. Something that takes longer than 6 months to a year to achieve.






2. Long term memory where learning is permanantly stored.






3. Completing your projects in a reasonable time frame.






4. Something you want to have & want to do & or hope to be.






5. The place where you choose to read and study.






6. Something you give yourself in return for your effort.






7. When you are not engaged in an activity that carries you toward your goal.






8. Combination of influences that are present while you are learning or working.






9. Where you right most of your notes.






10. What your mind thinks about while studying.






11. The reason why you are doing the activity.






12. Used for the cornell method of note taking.






13. People that learn better in a more less structured style.






14. When you use pre-viewing & key words & phrases & pacer & adjusting speed.






15. Allows you to keep track of your assignments in more detail.






16. Words & names formed from the first leters in a group or letters in a phrase.






17. The theory that the brain has two hemispheres. A right and left side.






18. What class & group & or category a subject fall into.






19. Words & names formed from the first leters in a group or letters in a phrase.






20. The passive progress by which a person learns information or ideas without conscious effort.






21. Help you organize your ideas.






22. Your ability to concentrate.






23. The result of the cause.






24. What class & group & or category a subject fall into.






25. Require correct answers and include multiple-choice & matching & true-false & and fill in the blank.






26. Shows activities for a full week






27. Trying to commit information to memory by rote & or mechanical repetition.






28. When you use pre-viewing & key words & phrases & pacer & adjusting speed.






29. Short answer and essay questions.






30. Learn by paying careful attention to what they see.






31. Used to look at things that are similar.






32. Long term memory where learning is permanantly stored.






33. People that prefer to use their ears to learn.






34. Doing nothing or being unconscious.






35. Helps keep you on track.






36. Made up of monthly calendars from september to august.






37. List of activities you do from the time you get up until you go to sleep.






38. People balanced between sequential and random.






39. Used to look at things that are similar.






40. Sweeping a semi-circle of clear space in front of you using the length of space from you elbow to your fingertips.






41. Acquiring knowledge through systematic & methodical study.






42. Either summary notes or questions you create in the margin of your material.






43. Measures how well you can execute & or perform & a certain task or activity.






44. Help you organize your ideas.






45. When something happens.






46. 8 natural intelligences: Logical & Visual & Body & Musical & Interpersonal & Intrapersonal & Verbal & Naturalist.






47. An electronic organizer with a calendar.






48. Used for information you want to recall or remember based on the notes you took on the right side.






49. Soemthign you want to achieve within the next 6 months to a year.






50. Measures how well you can execute & or perform & a certain task or activity.