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Transcript: Which Muscle Type Appears Only In A Single Organ D. Transitional False A. Simple Squamous B. Stratified Squamous C. Simple Cubodial D. Transitional If we say cells can drink what is the best description of this process? A. Exocytosis B. Endocytosis C. Phagocytosis D. Pinocytosis The Three main cells are cytoplasm, nucleus, and plasma membranes. A. True B. False Cells that connect body parts are. A. Fibroblast and Erythrocyte. B. Epithelial Cell C. Fat Cell D. Nerve Cells B. Chromatids Cells Are Dormant During Interphase A. True B. False The Endocrine gland is a ductless gland A. True B. False C. Cardiac A. Interphase, Metaphase, Anaphase< Prophase B. Prophase, Metaphase, Anaphase, Telophase C. Interphase, Prophase, Metaphase, Anaphase D. Prophase, Anaphase, Telophase, Cytokinesis Fibroblast and Erythrocyte Which of the following statements is true about Deoxyribonucleic Acid (DNA)? A. Frog and human DNA are exactly the same B. DNA is genetic material C. DNA is not necessary for cell reproduction D. DNA does not contain the instructions for building proteins. Osmosis A. Smooth Muscle B. Cardiac Muscle C. Skeletal Muscle D. Striated Muscle Cells of Reproduction are A. Fibroblast Cells B. Macrophage C. Skeletal muscle and smooth muscle cells D. Osteocytes Cells and Sperm Cells. C. Skeletal Muscle Tissue True C. Interphase, Prophase, Metaphase, Anaphase Proteins are not synthesized in Ribosomes. A. True B. False Pinocytosis True False Answer The Correct Order For Mitosis Is? A. Centriole B. Chromatids C. Spindle Fibers D. Centromeres When chromosomes are copied they form. Ligaments are dense connective tissue that attach skeletal muscle to bone. A. True B. False Multiple Choice Chapter 3 and 7 False Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen, and Nitrogen are four elements that most cells are composed of. A. True B. False An Epithelium "Built" to stretch is D. Osteocytes Cells and Sperm Cells Diffusion of water through a selectively permeable membrane is described as: A. Osmosis B. Facilitated Diffusion C.Filteration D. Intracelluar Fluid Which Type Of Muscle Is Multinucleated? True B. DNA is genetic Material A.Skeletal B. Contractile C. Smooth D. Cardiac

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Transcript: There once was a man from Peru. He dreamed he was eating his shoe. He woke with a fright in the middle of the night, to find his dream had come true. Halie Tuten, D'Lexus Harvey, Amy Aikens Types of Multiple Choice Questions Straightforward question The question that refers you to specific lines and asks you to draw conclusions The "all...except" questions The question that asks you to make an inference or to abstract a concept that isn't directly stated in the question The killer question. The one that uses roman numerals. How to work through the questions Be expected to: Follow syntax Respond to diction Know upper-level vocabulary Be familiar with literary terms Recognize style, irony, and tone Questions you should expect: Factual Technical Analytical Inferential Survival Plan for if time is running out (pull from Pi) Q: In Life of Pi, Pi encounters I. a ship wreck II. loss of family III. 2 different religions Work in order (it'll be clearer and you won't lose your place on the scan sheet). Write on the exam booklet. Do not spend too much time on any one question Focus on your strengths (If you are comfortable with poetry, answer those questions first). Don't be mislead by the length or appearance of a selection. Consider all choices in a given question. Remember that all parts of an answer must be correct. When in doubt, go to the text. Multiple choice scores are based solely on the number of questions answered correctly. It makes up 45% of the total test. Scoring & Strategies Work at a pace of about 1 question per minute. The test doesn't become more difficult as you proceed. Read the text carefully. Highlight, underline, or circle the text as needed. Hear the words in your head, emphasize meaning and intent. Use all information given to you, such as title, author, and footnotes. Be aware of foreshadowing, thematic lines. With poetry, it's helpful to paraphrase a stanza. Specific Techniques A. I only B. I and II only C. all the above D. II only (Pull from Big Fish) Q: Edward Bloom was all of the following except: A. A sickly elder B. A great story teller C. A salesman D. Always honest Example Questions Prose passages come from: Fiction Nonfiction Drama The Basics "All...Except" Questions Process of elimination Substitution/fill in the blank Using context Anticipation Educated guess How does scoring work? Roman Numerals For this section,you are given 1 hour to answer between 45 to 60 questions on prose and poetry. What Should You Expect? Multiple-Choice Questions General Guidelines Straightforward Question Where was the man from? Argentina Peru Africa China Scan the remaining questions and look for: the shortest questions and ones that direct you to a specific line. Look for specific details/definition questions. Look for self-contained questions. ("The sea slid silently from shore" is an example of C, alliteration. You don't have to refer to the passage for the answer.)

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Transcript: AP English Exam: Multiple Choice Tip 1 Tip 1: What to Expect The Multiple-choice section counts for 45% of your total score. 31% of your time is spent on the multiple-choice setion. The exam will present you with five passages, all non fiction. Some from 20th century and 21st centuries and some pre-20th century You have an hour to read them and answer 55 questions. divided equally among each passage. Questions focus on rhetorical devices, figures of speech, and intended purposes. Tip 2 You get no points for question that are not answered at all, but you do not lose any points for incorrect answers. So answer every question!!! Using process of elimination (POE) youve raised your chances of guessing correctly. Tip 2: Guessing Tip 3 Pick ONE letter and use it for every single guess. That is the Letter of the Day approach. If you jump around with a different random letter for each guess, you increase your chances of getting each on wrong Tip 3: Letter of the Day Tip 4 This will help you use your time efficently as you have roughly 1 minute to answer each question On your first pass through the questions, each time you approach a hard question circle it and guess using the Letter of the Day On your second pass through the questions, check how much time you are able to spare and tackle as many of the hard questions you circled as possible Tip 4: The Two Pass System Tip 5 Exam passages are quite lengthy, so it is important to read quickly but still understand what you have just read. Take control of the passage at hand and while reading, ask: what is the author's main point in this paragraph? how does it connect to previous paragraphs, sentences,or phrases? After reading, ask: what was the main point of the passage? what techniques did the author use? Tip 5: Active Reading Tip 6 There will most likely be a word you do not understand. To identify the meaning of an unknown word, you will have to use the context around it. Practicing can help a lot, check a dictionary or thesaurus to ensure you were right. Tip 6: Words in Context Tip 7 Tip 7: Go Back to the Passage Each question has a specific task. Make sure to understand exactly what the task is Read the Questions carefully (word for word) When a question refers to specific lines in the passage... Go back to the passsage and reread the specified lines Note: context is often critical in determining the correct answer Relying on your memorry can easily lead you astray. A sneaky answer choice will start out partly correct but, then make a U-turn into something that is not supported If relying on your memory and you get a glimmer of recognition from the first part you may pick the wrong answer. Tip 8 After understanding the question task and going back to the passage to review the lines it specifies, look at the answer choices. Active reading, careful anaylsis of the question task, and rereading of specific lines... will show you possible answers that are clearly wrong Now instead of 5 answers, you have only 3 or 2 answers you can choose from chances of choosing (or guessing at) the correct answer went up The Process of Elimination approach will increase your success rate on multiple-choice questions significantly. Tip 8: Process of Elimination Tip 9 1. I am black when clean and white when dirty. What am I? A) I am a blanket. B) I am a tinted window. C) I am a chalkboard. 2. What runs around a house but does not move? A) A Fence B) Walls C) A Gate 3. How many days in a week start with the letter T? A) Two B) Four C) Three POP QUIZ! : Riddles


Transcript: Multiple-Choice Test Items 4. Use between three and five alternative responses for each item. 1. Provides objective measurement of students achievement and ability. 2. Provides different response alternatives that can provide diagnostic feedback. 3. Provides versatility in measuring higher levels of cognitive ability. 4. Provides wide sampling of content or objectives. 5. Provides highly reliable test scores. 5. Avoid irrelevant clues such as grammatical structure and key-word association between the stem and the correct answer Example: _________1. School Psychologist who examine and place children in special education settings often apply the research done by. A. Clinical Psychologist B. Educational Psychologist C. Biopsychologist D. Counseling Psychologist Advantages of using Multiple-choice Items 3. Make all alternative response approximately equal in length Advantages 1. Both permit the examiner to determine how well the student can synthesize and organize his/her ideas and express himself/herself 2. Both are not dependent, as the multiple-choice test, on the ability of the pupil to recognize the correct answer; both require that the students know and are able to supply the correct answers. 3. Both permit free responses by the students. Limitations 1. Both provide for a variety of limited sampling content 2. Both have lower rate reliability An objective test that require the student to select one or more responses from a list of two or more alternatives. Suggestion for Constructing Multiple-choice Items 7. Minimize the use of "All of the above" and "None of the above" alternatives. 1. Difficult and time consuming to construct 2. Subjects to giving clues because students can often deduce the correct answers by elimination 3. Can lead the teacher to favor simple recall of facts 4. Places a high degree of independence on the student's reading ability and on the teacher's writing ability. Limitations of Multipl-Choice Items 1. Make sure theres is one correct or best response 2. Make all distractors plausable: Example: __________1. Jesus taught that the greatest attributes of God is A. Justice C. Sin B. Love D. Power 6. Try to avoid negatively stated stem. If cannot be avoided, underline and/or capitalize negative word Example:_______1. Which is NOT a municipality of Zambales? A.Dinalupihan B. Iba C. San Narciso D. Sta. Cruz Oral Question Distractors are the choices that represents the "wrong" answers. 1. Correct Response 2. Best Response

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