GST107 T M A Revision



Q1 During your examination revision, what is the use and source of master document?
to take advantage of electronic notes
to easily cut and paste to create different notes
to make your learning easier electronically
electronic notes to cut and paste for each topic

Q2 The stress examination brings is powerful yet it helps to draw out ____
peak performance from students
great evaluation and assessment result
partial performance element
great reading and understanding skills

Q3 Presentations are said to be an excellent way to ______ group learning experience
democratise
baptise
formalize
advice

Q4 Mention one widely used approach to making lecture notes
adorno
pauk notes
Cornell system
layard style

Q5 This is not part of the essential communication key skill _____
presentation
listening
tutoring
discussion

Q6 Identify the 'process' word in the essay title "Corruption, A Hard to Crack Nut in Nigeria. Discuss"
Corruption
Hard to Crack Nut
Nigeria
Discuss

Q7 Essay titles have hidden depths; you should therefore ____
highlight words
look for phrases
identify process words
underline words

Q8 A key part of studying that enables an assessment of one's progress, depth of learning and power of
expression is ______
mapping
reading
highlighting
writing

Q9 One of the listed items is an effect of Plagiarism
learn the ideas in the course in depth
cobbling works together
enable assessment of what you have learnt
makes studying satisfying

Q10 Numbers can be difficult because ____
they are condensed and abstract
they could be very large
they convey no special meaning
they are absolute figures

Q11 Statistics is a branch of science concerned with techniques for ____
facts gathering
findings
gathering and working
presentation of summaries

Q12 One of the central purpose of academic research is to produce all but
proper dimensions
reliable description
large data
evidence

Q13 At the University level, the purpose of examination is to test your _____
ideas in arguing a case
good and reactive memory power
ability to develop your reading
understanding and creativity of learning

Q14 The skills and knowledge required to read numbers used in a particular field of discourse is called
____
numeracy
numerate
innumerate
numerical

Q15 Writing is not key part of studying because ____
it deepens your learning
it strengthens your power of speech
it strengthens self-expression
it is the medium of progress assessment

Q16 Work flexibility can be described simply as ____
trying possible and available means to keep to the cluster of writing
trying different writing skills
trying different writing aids
trying different means to keep your writing flowing

Q17 If writing is a form of speaking, reading out your essay can help develop your _____
sense of audience and writing voice
comments and reaction of audience
fresh insight into the nature of communication through writing
ability to see the quality of your work adequately

Q18 The best way to distinguish ‘good’ information from ‘bad’ information is to carry out ______
evaluation
Prompt checklist
objectivity test
quality test

Q19 The American Library Association (1989) describes an information literate person as ______
a person with skills in the assessment and use of information
a person who can find, organise and use information
a person who knows how knowledge is organized
a person who can disable the use of information

Q20 For easier comprehension while working with so many numbers, one can convert them into _______
graph
bar chart
pie chart
picture

Q21 The entire set of people in a particular group from which one can collect data is called ______ in
statistics
population
calculation
survey
actuary

Q22 Gathering and working on large sets of numbers to present summaries of their features is a function
of ____
numeracy
pneumatics
astrology
statistics

Q23 The acronym which stands as a checklist to judge the reliability of web information is ______
SAFARI
FIRST
PROMPT
ACCESS

Q24 A person with the ability to access, evaluate, organize, and use information from a variety of sources,
is said to be _______
information literate
computer perfect
internet savvy
technology compliant

Q25 A transient sharp upward or downward movement, as on a graph or table reading is called _____
abacus
blip
tablet
gradient

Q26 Ideas and experiences can be placed at what stage of Kolb's reflective learning circle _____
planning
conceptualising
doing
reflecting

Q27 In presentations, some basic rules to observe include ______
simplicity and clarity
similarity and planning
participation and audience
sequence and material

Q28 Some of the issues that might arise in class discussion groups are _____
difficulty and certainty
exposure and participation
alienation and frustration
understanding and stress

Q29 Learning cannot be achieved by ______
trying things out
watching others
asking for advice
praying hard

Q30 Mention two things to do when you encounter problems while using a computer _____
keep exploring or stop window
shut down computer or wait it out
use help facilities or guide book
ask others or think it through

Q31 All but one, are ways to cope with obstacles that come with voluminous reading ____
organised reading environment
patience with academic writing style
strategized reading
disagree with author's view

Q32 The Kolb's reflective learning circle is so named because ______
it's a planned work
it’s a continous process
It's a nice drawing
It's a printed work

Q33 Learning practical things will involve one of these _____
watching your self
reflecting on experience
asking for answer
simplifying the theory

Q34 Skill, experience and knowledge required to read numbers used in academic discourse is known as
accountancy
literacy
statistics
numeracy

Q35 In Open University system, ______ is used in place of 'lecturer'
staff
pupil
tutor
student

Q36 An example of the misuse of online information mostly perpetuated by students is _____
plagiarising assignments
identity theft
beachcombing
socialisation

Q37 In the correct order, identify actions that will enable you get the most from discussion groups _____
arriving, listening, preparing, taking notes, speaking
preparing, arriving, belonging, listening, speaking
belonging, preparing, listening, taking notes, speaking
preparing, listening, criticizing, taking notes, speaking,

Q38 From the options provided, identify two of the eight basic tools of academic discourse ____
scholarship & criticism
debate & explanation
argument & resolution
precision & correction

Q39 One way of tackling the challenge of unfamiliar words is by the use of ____
actual cards
concept cards
lexicon cards
subject cards

Q40 Pick two variables that can affect group work and discussion groups ____
time change and stylistics
type of students and reading styles
learning method and cultural diversity
tutoring style and social diversity

Q41 Learning involves our conscious effort to accumulate knowledge and skills as well as ___

uncounscious sleep activity
routine adaptation to our surroundings
invariable study skills
planned rhetorics

Q42 One key factor that improves speed in reading and understanding is
skating through the book
looking out for key words
summarizing the text
paraphrazing the text

Q43 The art of reading that helps you get a rough idea of the content of a piece is called ___
scamming
scanning
skating
skimming

Q44 The type of learning associated with the word ‘study’ can be achieved through
reading, listening, writing, criticizing
reading, listening, discussing, analyzing
commenting, listening, discussing, writing
reading, listening, discussing, writing

Q45 Do not ________ your study material if you are stuck while reading
preview
skimm
summarize
drop

Q46 The method of traping thoughts as they come to you help you achieve ___ In writing and speaking
practicality
convenience
originality
finesse

Q47 Models of the economy are products of human thought and debate and should be classified under
practical learning
abstract learning
compulsory learning
electronic learning

Q48 To manage your reading effectively, you will need to
pitch speed according to purpose
strategize on your adjustments
present the degree of challenge
target your reading

Q49 The term 'thinking on paper' is another way of describing
note writing
note taking
note making
note copying

Q50 Organizing knowledge into categories within other categories is called
nesting
pasting
planning
grouping

Q51 In a class lecture, which of these will prove more significant
memorizing
understanding
focusing
reviewing

Q52 Two most commonly used memory techniques are
mediation & bridging
grouping & nesting
visualisation & mnemonics
recital & rhyming

Q53 Tutor' is another term used in place of _____
lecturer
pupil
student
staff

Q54 At the reflecting stage of Kolb's reflective learning circle, we are expected to ____
increase learning requirement
plan the work
practice the test
pause and think through

Q55 During lectures, it is adviced not to record everything rather, ____
file the main topics
copy the main topics
map the main topics
stretch the main topics

Q56 Precautions to take while working with a computer include
empty trash and browse
saving and labelling work
browse and chat
virus and scan

Q57 Students who failed to get the point because they were not looking for it, adopted what form of
reading technique
deep approach
surface approach
shallow approach
scamm approach

Q58 The term ______, can be used to refer to sessions involving a tutor and a group of students
conversation
seminar
discussion
walkshop

Q59 Learning about history and things past is categorized as ____
abstract learning
practical learning
electronic learning
compulsory learning

Q60 Which of the options is not an indicator that learning has occurred
ability to grapple with new things
ability to think your way through
ability to create own summary of the topic
ability to debate in own words

Q61 The Good Study Guide can be used by what category of students?
beginners
experienced students
professors
all students

Q62 The trick for an effective study parttern is to ____
take responsibility and control of your study
take responsibility and pray
take responsibility and work hard
take responsibility and make notes

Q63 A successful student can be a successful self manager if he/she is _____
steadfast and active
supportive and stressed
strategic and analytical
active and faithful

Q64 Identify two types/classifications of learners
Serialist vs holist and controlled vs impulsive
Steady vs cultured and serialist vs monograph
verbal vs non­verbal and spoken vs non­spoken
spatial vs foul and cultured vs impulsive

Q65 In the right order, itemize steps you can take while word processing ____
pull the cursor and create a document
move the mouse and create a document
create a document, name and save
move the mouse, select and paste
Q66 One basic assignment you can use a word­processor in doing is ____
painting
writing essay
aeronautics
photo­copy

Q67 A simple but effective way to engage with your work is to ____
make a sequence
start the work
imagine the work
make a to do list

Q68 Available study time is classified into two; namely
low & complete quality study time
low & mighty quality study time
high & mighty quality study time
high & low quality study time

Q69 The best way to invest time in one's self is by _____
investing in study time
investing money in self
investing in bonds and stock
investing in family

Q70 Students gain knowledge by reading, asking questions and _____
designing notes
devicing own solutions
paragraphing speeches
summarizing passages

Q71 As a beginner with computers, it is always best to learn _____
hands off
hands down
hands up
hands on

Q72 An independent learner needs to be a ____
good student
reflective learner
conservative learner
free student

Q73 Planning for studies will encourage ____
free movement
strategic thinking
growing up
support effort

Q74 Computer literacy is a modern skill that students need to acquire and ____ to succeed in their studies
excel
explore
exchange

develop

Q75 One of these will strongly hinder your use of a computer
electricity
internet
printer
virus

Q76 In word processing, ________ is the short cut for 're­do' ____
Ctrl + S
Ctrl + V
Ctrl + Y
Ctrl + X

Q77 ____ is the short cut for 'paste' in word processing
Ctrl + S
Ctrl + V
Ctrl + Z
Ctrl + X

Q78 If a reflective learner is an independent learner, then he/she will not learn through ____
conceptualizing
organizing
reflecting
planning

Q79 Picking up knowledge, ideas and creativity are steps towards ____
being a mature student
being a skilful student
being an independent student
being a compound student

Q80 Two of the four key processes of Kolb's reflective learning cycle are
winning and pricing
reflecting and winning
conceptualising and reflecting
thinking and reflecting

3 comments: