Critically reviewing an exam can yield useful information to help you grow and develop as an independent learner. Reflecting on a past exam allows you to note your weakest topics and helps you identify which types of questions you missed (factual or critical thinking). The information gained from this self-assessment will allow you to move forward in the class and better prepare for the next exam.
Why did you get each question wrong? For each question, explain why you think you got it wrong. Use the choices below.
|Questions I got wrong
|Question Type (Recall, Application, Significance, Relationship, Other)
|Reason I got wrong (use choices above and elaborate)
|Where the material can be found (readings, PowerPoints, notes, etc.)
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