The Study Skills Handbook



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№ 1Manbaa- S. Cottrell “The Study Skills Handbook”.



What is plagiarism?

a)Using the work of others without acknowledging your source of info or inspiration

b)Copying words and quotations with punctuation marks and their authors

c)Writing all notes and texts in your own words

d)Writing a full list of references

№ 2.Manbaa- S. Cottrell “The Study Skills Handbook”.

How can you fine-tune your skills (including study skills)?

a) By running

b)By pacing

c) By running, breathing and pacing

d)By breathing

№ 3.Manbaa- S. Cottrell “The Study Skills Handbook”.

What does fine-tuning a skill involve?

a) Understanding personal qualities

b) Developing personal qualities

c)Brushing grammar knowledge

d)Extending local speech

№ 4.Manbaa - S. Cottrell “The Study Skills Handbook”.

What kind of skills are ‘Soft’ skills?

a)Oral communication and teamwork

b)Reading and writing skills

c)Painting and dancing

d)Driving and computing

№ 5. Manbaa - S. Cottrell “The Study Skills Handbook”.

What is the purpose of portfolio?

a)Keeping related documents together; helping the process of reflection; giving the self-evaluation and personal development a higher focus in your life.

b)Considering different theories about intelligence; putting together your plan to optimise your learning; reflecting on how study skills fit more generally into your overall learning development.

c)Managing deadlines, reporting about your work, finding a chance for your future promotion

d)Finding out information from different sources; comparing different opinions and deciding what are the best grounds for judging who is right; showing your intelligence.

№ 6.Manbaa - S. Cottrell “The Study Skills Handbook”.

What is e-learning?

a) It is a learning that controls different spheres by a new technology

b)It is a learning that you can use different technologies in reporting

c) It is a learning that incorporates electronic technologies into the teaching and learning process.

d)It is a learning that updates the science of computing

№ 7.Manbaa - S. Cottrell “The Study Skills Handbook”.

What is a podcast?

a) It is a website containing information that users can edit. You can use software to develop your own p. in an area that interests you.

b)It is an entrance point, or electronic gateway, to a specific set of online resources

c) It is an audio file or audio-visual file that can be downloaded from a web-based source onto your computer or onto a portable media player

d)It is a learning that updates the science of computing

№ 8.Manbaa - S. Cottrell “The Study Skills Handbook”.

What is a ‘wiki’?

a) It is an entrance point, or electronic gateway, to a specific set of online resources

b) It is a website containing information that users can edit. You can use software to develop your own w. in an area that interests you.

c)It is an audio file or audio-visual file that can be downloaded from a web-based source onto your computer or onto a portable media player.

d)It is a learning that updates the science of computing

№ 9.Manbaa - S. Cottrell “The Study Skills Handbook”.

What is a portal?

a) It is a learning that updates the science of computing

b)It is a website containing information that users can edit. You can use software to develop your own w. in an area that interests you.

c)It is an audio file or audio-visual file that can be downloaded from a web-based source onto your computer or onto a portable media player.

d) It is an entrance point, or electronic gateway, to a specific set of online resources.

№ 10.Manbaa - S. Cottrell “The Study Skills Handbook”.

What is an Essay?

a)An essay is a piece of writing with a particular structure and layout

b)An essay is a piece of paper work with some reports

c)An essay is a piece of letter from your friend or your family

d)An essay is a piece of writing with some information or news

№ 11.Manbaa - S. Cottrell “The Study Skills Handbook”.

What is a concept?

a)It is a mental representation of a group of items which are similar in some way.

b)It is a new object that is shown by a brainwork

c)It is a sort of tree which can give a lot of fruits without rest

d)it is a piece of writing with some information or news

№ 12.Manbaa - S. Cottrell “The Study Skills Handbook”.

What does the concept ‘cutlery’ include?

a)It includes objects as different as a four-pronged fork, a hollowed, round-ended spoon, and a sharp-edged knife.

b)It includes objects as different as iron, gas heater, and microwave oven

c)It includes trees, flowers and grosses

d)It includes the moon, sky and the earth

№ 13.Manbaa - S. Cottrell “The Study Skills Handbook”.

What is a hypothesis?

a) It is a possible information that is shown by a newspaper

b) It is a possible explanation of why or how something occurs, consistent with available evidence.

c)It is a sort of tree which can give a lot of fruits without rest

d)it is a piece of writing with some information or news

№ 14.Manbaa - S. Cottrell “The Study Skills Handbook”.

What are common pitfalls in examination?

a) Playing cellphone games, getting low score

b) Doing silly things, mystifying the exam

c)Giving too much questions and answering too few questions, getting high score

d)Writing everything you know and answering every question.

№ 15.Manbaa - S. Cottrell “The Study Skills Handbook”.

Which one of the orders can avoid plagiarism?

a) Try to use the words which are given in the topic!

b)Use the sentence structure in your sentences please!

c) Give your original idea!

d)make your speech by using this

№ 16.Manbaa - S. Cottrell “The Study Skills Handbook”.

Which factors can slow down your reading?

a)Reading advanced texts very infrequently; Tracking with your finger along the line; reading word by word.

b)Reading silently, keeping eyes moving forward, reading larger chunks

c)Reading selectively and actively; building up to difficult text.

d)Reading slowly and understanding quickly

№ 17.Manbaa - S. Cottrell “The Study Skills Handbook”.

You will remember more info if you…

a) Put too many things in your brain; synthesize your information

b)Listen to music; play cellphone games

c). Direct your attention consciously and purposefully; focus in a relaxed way-not with hard concentration.



d)Write everything you know; learn every fact and info.

№ 18.Manbaa - S. Cottrell “The Study Skills Handbook”.

Nobel-prize winner Herbert Simon found that we can generally hold _____________ of info in short-term memory

a) Six ‘chunks’

b)One ‘chunk’

c)Four ‘chunks’



d) Five ‘chunks’

№ 19. Manbaa - S. Cottrell “The Study Skills Handbook”.

What does help long-term memory?

a)Chunking

b)pinching

c)chomping



d)touching

№ 20. Manbaa - S. Cottrell “The Study Skills Handbook”.

Which of these are non-verbal communications?

a) Running, walking, standing

b)Fist, clapping, jumping

c) Smiling, frown, wink



d)Climbing, swimming, earthquake

№ 21. Manbaa - S. Cottrell “The Study Skills Handbook”.

What is IQ test?

a) It is a kind of test which is created to fill blanks

b)It is a test which is made to define a person’s character

c) It is a kind of test which is produced to measure someone’s intelligence.



d)It is a multiple choice test

№ 22.Manbaa - S. Cottrell “The Study Skills Handbook”.

IQ’ stands for…

a)Intelligence quotient

b)Intelligent questions

c)Illegal quagmire



d)International qualification

№ 23. Manbaa - S. Cottrell “The Study Skills Handbook”.

What is a fraction?

a) It is an amount of something

b) It is a part of a whole number

c)It is a percentage of number



d)An odd number

№ 24.Manbaa - S. Cottrell “The Study Skills Handbook”.

In a proper fraction, _________________________.

a) The top number doesn’t exist

b)The top number is bigger than the bottom number

c)The top number and the bottom number are equal



d) The top number is smaller than the bottom number

№ 25.Manbaa - S. Cottrell “The Study Skills Handbook”.

In an improper fraction, _________________________.

a) The top number doesn’t exist

b)The top number is smaller than the bottom number

c)The top number and the bottom number are equal



d) The top number is bigger than the bottom number

№ 26.Manbaa - S. Cottrell “The Study Skills Handbook”.

Which one is true about academic writing?

a) I n this type of writing, we try to show our scientific words that we learnt

b)Usually we use slangs and abbreviation in academic writing

c) It has certain formal writing convention: not using slang or abbreviations



d)It has certain rules: using vague words in sentences, avoiding plagiarism in texts

№ 27.Manbaa - S. Cottrell “The Study Skills Handbook”.

Which one is true about raw data?

a)The basic information as collected, with no interpretation.

b)It comprises objective measurements rather than subjective descriptions

c)It comprises subjective descriptions rather than objective measurements.



d)They are aspects of elements

№ 28.Manbaa - S. Cottrell “The Study Skills Handbook”.

‘Data’ is the plural of the Latin word datum, meaning ‘ _____________’ .

a) someone escaped’‘

b)‘something stolen’

c)‘something taken’



d)‘ something given’

№ 29. Manbaa - S. Cottrell “The Study Skills Handbook”.

Which one is true about qualitative data?

a) It comprises objective measurements rather than subjective descriptions

b) It comprises subjective descriptions rather than objective measurements.

c)The basic information as collected, with no interpretation.



d)It is a group of nonsense facts

№ 30.Manbaa - S. Cottrell “The Study Skills Handbook”.

Which one is true about quantitative data?

a) The basic information as collected, with no interpretation.

b)It comprises subjective descriptions rather than objective measurements.

c) It comprises objective measurements rather than subjective descriptions.



d)It is a group of nonsense facts

№ 31.Manbaa - S. Cottrell “The Study Skills Handbook”.

What is an average number?

a)A number that is in some way ‘typical’ of a group of numbers, and that can be used to ‘represent’ them

b)Numbers that are much lower or much higher than the rest of the set.

c)The middle number in a sequence.



d)The bottom number in a fraction.

№ 32.Manbaa - S. Cottrell “The Study Skills Handbook”.

Percentage is…

a)the number of occurrences in each 100 instances.

b)The Numbers that are much lower or much higher than the rest of the set.

c)The middle number in a sequence.



d)The bottom number in a fraction.

№ 33.Manbaa - S. Cottrell “The Study Skills Handbook”.

Prime numbers are …

a) The middle number in a sequence.

b)the number of occurrences in each 100 instances.

c) The Numbers that, without resulting in a fraction, can be divided only by themselves or by the number one.



d)The bottom number in a fraction.

№ 34.Manbaa - S. Cottrell “The Study Skills Handbook”.

Rounding up/down is …

a) The Numbers that, without resulting in a fraction, can be divided only by themselves or by the number one.

b)the number of occurrences in each 100 instances.

c) Replacing a number with a simpler that is no longer as accurate but is easier to work with.



d)The bottom number in a fraction.

№ 35.Manbaa - S. Cottrell “The Study Skills Handbook”.

Denominator is …

a) the number of occurrences in each 100 instances.

b) The bottom number in a fraction.

c)The Numbers that, without resulting in a fraction, can be divided only by themselves or by the number one.



d)Replacing a number with a simpler that is no longer as accurate but is easier to work with.

№ 36.Manbaa - S. Cottrell “The Study Skills Handbook”.

Variables are …

a)The aspects of the elements (or countable items) that may differ from on item or group to another.

c)the number of occurrences in each 100 instances.

c)The Numbers that, without resulting in a fraction, can be divided only by themselves or by the number one.



d)Replacing a number with a simpler that is no longer as accurate but is easier to work with.

№37.Manbaa - S. Cottrell “The Study Skills Handbook”.

Median is

a). The Numbers that, without resulting in a fraction, can be divided only by themselves or by the number one

b)The aspects of the elements (or countable items) that may differ from on item or group to another.

c). The middle number in a sequence



d)Replacing a number with a simpler that is no longer as accurate but is easier to work with.

№ 38.Manbaa - S. Cottrell “The Study Skills Handbook”.

Elements are

a)The basic categories of data used for collection, counting and analysis, ‘Income’, ‘Pieces of broken pottery’, ‘Respondents to the survey about font styles’.

b)The aspects of the elements (or countable items) that may differ from on item or group to another.

c)The Numbers that, without resulting in a fraction, can be divided only by themselves or by the number one.



d)Replacing a number with a simpler that is no longer as accurate but is easier to work with.

№ 39.Manbaa - S. Cottrell “The Study Skills Handbook”.

Extreme values are

a) The aspects of the elements (or countable items) that may differ from on item or group to another.

b) The Numbers that are much lower or much higher than the rest of the set.

c)The Numbers that, without resulting in a fraction, can be divided only by themselves or by the number one.



d)The basic categories of data used for collection, counting and analysis, ‘Income’, ‘Pieces of broken pottery’, ‘Respondents to the survey about font styles’.

№ 40.Manbaa - S. Cottrell “The Study Skills Handbook”.

Headings and labels help you …

a) to recognize a person easily.

b)to search for data online

c) to interpret the data appropriately



d)to finish your work successfully

№ 41.Manbaa - S. Cottrell “The Study Skills Handbook”.

The following words are not used at the start of the sentences in formal and academic writing:

a) Like, just, now, ah-ha

b)Then, so, as, well.

c). or, and, but, yet.



d) however, what, is, can

№ 42. Manbaa - S. Cottrell “The Study Skills Handbook”.

What is IT skills?

a)information technology skills

b)independent teaching skills

c)individual teaching skills



d)internet talking skills

№ 43. Manbaa - S. Cottrell “The Study Skills Handbook”.

Which one is false about IT?

a) It can break larger assignments, such as writing a report, into smaller tasks: ‘read course notes’, find resource materials’, etc.

b)It enables you to store large files of information quickly, to calculate long lines of figures, and to do complex statistics quickly.

c)It can move text around and edit writing.

d)It can count words, check spelling and store references.

№ 44.Manbaa - S. Cottrell “The Study Skills Handbook”.

Linguistic intelligence…

a)- such as singing, composing, playing an instrument, or appreciating music

b)- such as ability with numbers, or legal or scientific thinking.

c)- such as navigating a boat or plane, driving, or architecture.



d)-. such as reading, writing, talking, listening, or poetry.

№ 45.Manbaa - S. Cottrell “The Study Skills Handbook”.

Logical, mathematical intelligence…

a)- s such as reading, writing, talking, listening, or poetry.

b)- uch as ability with numbers, or legal or scientific thinking.

c)- such as navigating a boat or plane, driving, or architecture.



d)- such as singing, composing, playing an instrument, or appreciating music.

№ 46.Manbaa - S. Cottrell “The Study Skills Handbook”.

Spatial intelligence…

a)- such as navigating a boat or plane, driving, or architecture.

b)- such as reading, writing, talking, listening, or poetry.

c)- such as ability with numbers, or legal or scientific thinking.



d)- such as singing, composing, playing an instrument, or appreciating music.

№ 47.Manbaa - S. Cottrell “The Study Skills Handbook”.

Musical intelligence…

a)- such as singing, composing, playing an instrument, or appreciating music.


b)- such as reading, writing, talking, listening, or poetry.

c)- such as ability with numbers, or legal or scientific thinking.



d)-such as navigating a boat or plane, driving, or architecture.

№ 48.Manbaa - S. Cottrell “The Study Skills Handbook”.

Bodily-kinesthetic intelligence…

a)- such as self-understanding, self-management, or reflection


b)- such as counseling and teaching skills or understanding others.

c)-. such as sports, drama, dance or making things.



d)-such as navigating a boat or plane, driving, or architecture.

№ 49.Manbaa - S. Cottrell “The Study Skills Handbook”.

Interpersonal intelligence…

a)- such as navigating a boat or plane, driving, or architecture.

b)- such as sports, drama, dance or making things.

c)- such as self-understanding, self-management, or reflection.

d)- such as counseling and teaching skills or understanding others.

№ 50.Manbaa - S. Cottrell “The Study Skills Handbook”.

Intrapersonal intelligence…

a)- such as self-understanding, self-management, or reflection.

b)- such as sports, drama, dance or making things.

c)- such as counseling and teaching skills or understanding others.



d)-such as navigating a boat or plane, driving, or architecture.

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