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          Math Study Skills Self-Survey

          This study skills survey is designed to help you review your current study habits and perhaps learn new ones. The survey has thirty-three statements divided into five categories. For each statement, choose the response that is closest to your current practices and attitudes. After answering each statement, click the "Get My Grade!" button to see how you did.

          (The questions in this survey were originally designed by Dr. Carolyn Hopper for her text "Practical College Study Skills". Some questions may not apply to the typical high-school student.)
              

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          Section 1: Selecting a math class
             

            I schedule my math class for a time when I am mentally sharp.
            always / almost always
            sometimes
            almost never
            never even thought of it
            I try to choose a class with the best instructor for me.
            always / almost always
            sometimes
            almost never
            never even thought of it 
            If I have a choice, I select a math class that meets three or four
                     days a week, instead of just once or twice.
            always / almost always
            sometimes
            almost never
            never even thought of it 
            I schedule the next math class as soon as possible after I have
                     completed the current course.
            always / almost always
            sometimes
            almost never
            never even thought of it 
            I am sure that I have signed up for the correct level math course.
            always / almost always
            sometimes
            almost never
            never even thought of it 
           .

          Section 2: Time and place for studying
             

            I study math every day during the semester.
            always / almost always
            sometimes
            almost never
            never even thought of it
            I try to start my 江苏福利彩票快3work immediately after math class.
            always / almost always
            sometimes
            almost never
            never even thought of it 
            I have a specific time to study math.
            always / almost always
            sometimes
            almost never
            never even thought of it 
            I have a specific place with few distractions to study math.
            always / almost always
            sometimes
            almost never
            never even thought of it 
            I am careful to keep up-to-date with math 江苏福利彩票快3work.
            always / almost always
            sometimes
            almost never
            never even thought of it 
            I study math eight to ten hours a week.
            always / almost always
            sometimes
            almost never
            never even thought of it 
           .

          Section 3: Study strategies for the class
             

            I read my textbook before I come to class.
            always / almost always
            sometimes
            almost never
            never even thought of it 
            If I have trouble understanding the text, I find an alternate text.
            always / almost always
            sometimes
            almost never
            never even thought of it 
            I take notes in class.
            always / almost always
            sometimes
            almost never
            never even thought of it 
            I am careful to copy all the steps of math problems in my notes.
            always / almost always
            sometimes
            almost never
            never even thought of it 
            I ask questions when I am confused.
            always / almost always
            sometimes
            almost never
            never even thought of it 
            I go to the instructor or tutor center when I am confused.
            always / almost always
            sometimes
            almost never
            never even thought of it 
            I try to determine exactly when I got confused
                     and exactly what confused me.
            always / almost always
            sometimes
            almost never
            never even thought of it 
            I review my notes and text before beginning the 江苏福利彩票快3work.
            always / almost always
            sometimes
            almost never
            never even thought of it 
            I work problems until I understand them, not just until I get the answers
                     listed in the back of the book.
            always / almost always
            sometimes
            almost never
            never even thought of it 
            I use flashcards for formulas and vocabulary.
            always / almost always
            sometimes
            almost never
            never even thought of it 
            I develop memory techniques to remember math concepts.
            always / almost always
            sometimes
            almost never
            never even thought of it 
           .

          Section 4: Math tests
             

            I preview the test before I begin.
            always / almost always
            sometimes
            almost never
            never even thought of it 
            Before I begin, I make notes on things such as formulas that I might need.
            always / almost always
            sometimes
            almost never
            never even thought of it 
            I begin with the easy questions first.
            always / almost always
            sometimes
            almost never
            never even thought of it 
            I take the full amount of time allotted for the test.
            always / almost always
            sometimes
            almost never
            never even thought of it 
            I carefully check or rework as many problems as I have time to.
            always / almost always
            sometimes
            almost never
            never even thought of it 
            When I get my tests back, I note the types of mistakes I made:
                     concept errors, application errors, or careless errors, for example.
            always / almost always
            sometimes
            almost never
            never even thought of it 
            I keep up-to-date, so I don't have to "cram" the night before the test.
            always / almost always
            sometimes
            almost never
            never even thought of it 
           .

          Section 5: Anxiety
             

            I believe that I can succeed in math class.
            always / almost always
            sometimes
            almost never
            never even thought of it 
            I have study partners in my math class.
            always / almost always
            sometimes
            almost never
            never even thought of it 
            I take practice tests.
            always / almost always
            sometimes
            almost never
            never even thought of it 
            I know several good relaxation techniques.
            always / almost always
            sometimes
            almost never
            never even thought of it 


           

          Credit:  The original "Math Study Skills Inventory" was created by Dr. Carolyn Hopper, at Middle Tennessee State University. The original Study Skills Inventory currently resides in the text "", the third edition of which is published by Houghton Mifflin.
          Questions reproduced by kind permission of the author.

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