SDV 100-02CD Final Exam – Friday Fall 2011 #46626 Name: __________________________ This is the Final Exam. It is due Friday, October 14, 2011 at 1:00pm. Consider it your ticket into class! You may complete it early and email it to me [email protected] edu. 1. Students need to go into PeopleSoft and Print off: a) Your class schedule b) Your “select aid year to view” page c) Your “addresses” page They need to turn these pages in with this Final Exam. 2. Degrees which are designed to transfer include: a) Certificates b) Associate of Applied Science c) Associate of Science ) Associate of Arts 3.
How does receiving advising and following your degree plan (curriculum) help you to graduate “on time”? What are two resources at the College you can use for advice or information about your degree plan? 4. If you memorize information, you are learning to: A. recall B. recognize C. think critically D. analyze 5. The three R’s of remembering are: A. realize, recognize, retain B. realize, retain, retrieve C.
record, retain, retrieve D. recognize, retain, retrieve 6. When you consolidate memories in your brain, you are: A. recording B. retaining C. etrieving D. realizing 7. What advice is least helpful to increase your attention when it wanders? A. Ignore the distraction. B. Turn off the TV. C. Turn down the music. D. Close the extra windows on your browser. 8. A memory principle that helps actors memorize lines by dividing material in manageable units is called: A. checking B. choosing C. chunking D. chopping 9. A useful way to remember what you read is to: A. read extra slowly B. skim quickly C. take notes in your own words D. all the given answers 10. Good readers read: A. quickly B. slowly C. for understanding
D. by skimming 11. Reading challenges can be caused by: A. physical factors B. psychological factors C. physical and psychological factors D. none of the given answers 12. First-year students often need to read and understand: A. 50-75 pages per week B. 75-100 pages per week C. 100-150 pages per week D. 150-200 pages per week 13. When you read a textbook or a novel, you should treat it like a ____ experience. A. fine dining B. fast food C. boring D. tiresome 14. In every book you read, the author is trying to: A. convince you B. entertain you C. consider you D. train you 5. One way to determine what is and is not important in a reading is to: A. guess B. read everything C. ask your instructor D. none of the given answers 16. The ____ aspect of test anxiety leads to nonproductive thoughts that run through your mind. A. cognitive B. emotional C. behavioral D. physiological 17. The ____ aspect of test anxiety leads to negative feelings that you experience related to the exam. A. cognitive B. emotional C. behavioral D. physiological 18. The ____ aspect of test anxiety leads to observable indications of stress. A. cognitive B. emotional
C. behavioral D. physiological 19. If you experience butterflies in your stomach you are experiencing a/an ____ aspect of test anxiety. A. cognitive B. emotional C. behavioral D. physiological 20. One way to address the ____ aspect of test anxiety is to stop nonproductive selftalk. A. cognitive B. emotional C. behavioral D. physiological 21. A set of skills that determines how well you cope with the demands and pressures you face every day is called: A. linguistic intelligence B. mathematical intelligence C. emotional intelligence D. kinesthetic intelligence 22.
The ability to relate to others indicates that you have strong ____ skills. A. interpersonal B. stress management C. adaptability D. general mood 23. The ability to manage your emotions so that they work for you and not against you indicates that you have strong ____ skills. A. interpersonal B. stress management C. adaptability D. general mood 24. If you cope well when things don’t go according to plan you have strong ____ skills. A. interpersonal B. stress management C. adaptability D. general mood 25. If you are generally optimistic and content, you have strong ____ skills. A. interpersonal
B. stress management C. adaptability D. general mood 26. A person who requests a desired behavior from a partner and then attacks the partner for complying is a ____. A. trapper B. blamer C. mindreader D. gunnysacker 27. ____ are traits that capitalize on qualities you can develop. A. Strengths B. Weaknesses C. Opportunities D. Threats 28. ____ are conditions that could have bad effects. A. Strengths B. Weaknesses C. Opportunities D. Threats 29. ____ forces include motivation and skill. A. Internal B. External C. Positive D. Negative 30. The job market is an example of a(n) ____ force.
A. internal B. external C. positive D. negative 31. Reviewing information on majors such as what are its introductory courses, which courses are required, and where the office for the major is located is described as: A. Follow your bliss B. Take a good look at yourself C. Conduct preliminary research D. All of the above 32. Colleges and universities help societies to: A. preserve the past B. create the future C. preserve the past and create the future D. none of the above answers 33. How is a career different from a job? A. A career is temporary, while a job is permanent.
B. A career is permanent, while a job is temporary. C. A career is a profession you’ve chosen and prepared for. D. All of the given answers are true. 34. What is a portfolio? A. A record of what you accomplished in each class. B. A collection of drawings you have accumulated. C. Work that you must resubmit to your instructor for grading. D. Examples of your work that must be improved. 35. ____ is the process of building professional contacts and staying informed about your chosen career field. A. Friend-making B. Spying C. Networking D. Portfolio building
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