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Cbstp/1020: CBEST Test Prep - Reading/writing

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This course helps students prepare for the California Basic Educational Skills Test (CBEST®) by reviewing key reading and writing skills. It focuses on reviewing the specific reading and writing competencies found on the exam, as well as providing important test-taking strategies.

This undergraduate-level course is 2 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 0
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 2 weeks

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    Test-Related StressReading Competencies

    • Determine effective strategies for dealing with test-related stress.
    • Determine areas to study based on sample test results.
    • Improve test performance in reading comprehension.

    Studying and Test-Taking Strategies

    • Determine effective studying and test-taking strategies.
    • Develop an individual plan for adopting studying and test-taking strategies.
    • Analyze the components of essay writing.
    • Improve test performance in writing competencies.
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