50 mulitple choice and 3 short answer questions
The timing is :3hrs 30mins
The deadline for this exam is on Thursday
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QUIZ & EXAM STUDY GUIDE
PSYC285: Lifespan Development
The quizzes and Final Exam in PSYC285 are both open book and open notes. While some students are anticipating that these open-book exams will be easier than paper-and-pencil exams, these exams are typically just as challenging, if not more challenging than traditional tests.
The Final Exam for PSYC285 will consist of 50 questions, including four essays. You will have 3.5 hours to complete the exam. The weekly quizzes in this class are each comprised of 10 multiple-choice questions and one short essay. You will have 30 minutes to complete each quiz.
For the Final Exam and the quizzes, you may use the eBook, lectures, and your notes.
The Final Exam is built on three levels of knowledge.
What does this mean to you as a student? It means that you will have a variety of questions, some easy, some not so easy, and some that will be difficult. So, how should you study for this type of exam? First, review the lectures. Next, and I believe that this is the most important part, create a system that allows you to “bookmark” important information in your text. Many of the most difficult questions are built on the understanding that you will have access to this information, and you need to have it readily available. In short, you will not have time to search for the information that you will need to answer the questions completely.
Review the study guide (but remember, there is no guarantee that absolutely everything on the Final Exam is in the study guide). Dig into the material and get comfortable with it – this will be time consuming, but will bring successful results. Time management on the Final is critical, so be sure to review the piece here on that.
Good luck to all!
Time Management on the Final Exam
As noted above, the Final Exam is 3.5 hours long (210 minutes). There are 50 multiple-choice questions and four essay questions. In other courses, students have, at times, become too wrapped up in the multiple-choice questions. They pour through the text to make sure that they get the three-point question correct. This can be a big mistake if one fails to allow enough time to complete the essay questions.
Students should consider budgeting their time on the Final. If one spends an average of two minutes on each multiple-choice question (50 questions @ two minutes each = 100 minutes), then they would have 110 minutes left for the four essay questions (about 27 minutes each). The essay questions on the Final are a bit more involved than the ones on the quizzes.
For a student attempting to do each essay in 22.5 minutes (some will indeed want more time than this), you would want to have the following number of questions done by the following points.
10 multiple-choice questions 20 minutes
20 multiple-choice questions 40 minutes
30 multiple-choice questions 60 minutes
40 multiple-choice questions 80 minutes
50 multiple-choice questions 100 minutes
1st Essay 127 minutes
2nd Essay 154 minutes
3rd Essay 181 minutes
4th Essay 208 minutes
If you believe that you will need more than 27 minutes per essay question, then revise the way that you budget your time! You may also want to consider doing the essay questions first.The pace required to complete the quizzes can serve as a rough guide to the pace required to finish the Final Exam.
Week 1: Introduction & Prenatal Development
1.2 Thinking About Development
1.3 Developmental Theories:
1.4 Doing Developmental Research
2.1 In The Beginning: 23 Pairs of Chromosomes
2.2 From Conception To Birth
2.3 Influences on Prenatal Development
2.4 Labor and Delivery
Week 2: Infancy and Early Childhood
3.2 Physical Development
3.3 Moving and Grasping – Early Motor Skills
3.4 Coming To Know the World
3.5 Becoming Self-Aware
4.1 The Onset of Thinking: Piaget’s Account
5.1 Beginnings: Trust and Attachment
5.2 Emerging Emotions
5.3 Interacting with Others
Week 3: Middle & Late Childhood
6.1 Cognitive Development
6.2 Aptitudes For School
6.3 Special Children, Special Needs
6.4 Academic Skills
6. 5 Physical Development
7.1 Family Relationships
7.3 Television: Boob Tube of Window On The World?
7.4 Understanding Others
Week 4: Adolescence
8.3 Information Processing During Adolescence
9.1 Identity and Self-Esteem
9.2 Romantic Relationships and Sexuality
9.3 The World of Work
9.4 The Dark Side
Week 5: Young Adulthood
10. 1 When Does Adulthood Begin? (Page 382)
10.2 Physical Development and Health
10. 3 Cognitive Development
10.4 Who Do You Want To Be? Personality in Young Adulthood
11. 3 The Family Life Cycle
11.4 Divorce and Remarriage
Week 6: Middle Adulthood
12.1 Occupational Selection and Development
12.2 Gender, Ethnicity, & Discrimination
12.3 Occupational Transitions
12.4 Work and Family
12.5 Leisure Activities
13.1 Physical Changes and Health
13.2 Cognitive Development
13.4 Family Dynamics and Middle Age
Week 7: Late Adulthood, Dying, and Mental Illness
14.2 Physical Changes and Health
14. 3 Cognitive Processes
14.4 Mental Health and Intervention
15.2 Personality, Social Cognition, and Spirituality
15.3 I Used To Work At…. Living in Retirement
15. 4 Friends and Family in Late Life
16.2 Thinking About Death: Personal Aspects
16.3 Surviving the Loss: The Grieving Process
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1. TCO 1 Smita studies two different cohorts over a 50-year period, testing each subject every five years. Smita is using a(n) _____ design. (Points : 3) longitudinal cross-sectional sequential experimental
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1. TCO 4 You are a nurse at a large hospital where a young woman recently gave birth to a child. The mother seems very disinterested in the baby and more concerned with resuming her social life. What would you predict to happen in late childhood to an infant who does not form a secure attachment to his or her primary caregiver? (15 pts.) What can be done to create a strong attachment between mother and child? (10 pts.) (Points : 25)
2. Amy, a fourth-grade student, has few friends and is generally rejected by her peers. In light of what you have learned in this class, analyze and explain the causes (15 points) and consequences (10 points) of this problem. (Points : 25)
3.Suppose that you are a school teacher of a 14-year-old boy who seems to have rather good self-esteem. Hypothesize what ways his parents may have contributed to his self-esteem. Give examples of two major ways that they could contribute. (What do parents do that helps adolescents with their self-esteem?) (20 pts.) What role do peers play in self-esteem? (5 pts.) (Points : 25)
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Timing leave now : 3h 8mins
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there is one more exam I have to do tonight before 12:00 would u be able to help me on this management exam?
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I have two project that I have to submit in the next 7 hrs would u be able to help me on this? and how much is it going to cost?
This is the instructions for the projects
http://wikisend.com/download/323992/This course includes two projects.docx
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Hello teachergreg I post it in a new box and im not getting no one to help me what do I do from here?
I have a midterm that i have to do before sunday it's not long at all, would you be able to help me?
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Question : are you good with Project management?