Take the pretest before the lesson to determine what you already know about the lesson topics. This tool will help you to assess which topics you will need to focus more time studying.
You may not view or submit this assessment until you submit all previous assessments.
Methods: Part II Pretest Summary
How did you do on the pretest?
Did you feel confident answering any of the questions?
Were there any questions you were unsure about?
Each of the questions in this pretest supports a major topic that will be covered in the Methods: Part II lesson. To
help guide your studying habits throughout the lesson, take a look to see how each of the questions align.
As you prepare for the assessment at the end of this lesson, revisit the pretest to see if you are able to answer the
questions you previously missed.
To practice good study habits and prepare for an assessment, it is important to review all of the information you
learned in this lesson. A great way to figure out where you need to spend the most time studying is to revisit the
pretest you took at the beginning of this lesson.
You will not be able to take the pretest again, but you can look at the questions that you answered incorrectly to see
where you need to focus your time studying.
As you prepare for the assessment, think about the following questions:
If you were able to retake the pretest, what would your new score be?
Do you feel as though you spent enough time on the topics that you struggled with during the pretest?
Are you able to answer the questions you originally were unsure about?