Get information about a class requirement
1. Why does the student go to see the professor?
- A. To ask about an upcoming meeting of the psychology club
- B. To find out the process for changing his major field study
- C. To get information about a class requirement
- D. To learn about possible internship opportunities
2. What does the professor say about her experience as a student in the psychology club?
- A. It helped her to obtain a summer internship.
- B. It helped her to narrow down her interest in psychology.
- C. It prepared her to better understand her future students.
- D. It helped her to see the connection between psychology and other fields of study.
3. Why does the professor mention experts and novices?
- A. To clarify the purpose of the research paper
- B. To point out the flaws in a research paper
- C. To describe the progression of classes for a psychology major
- D. To explain a case study that was not discussed in class
4. What point does the student make when he talks about an experiment concerning Newton’s laws of motion?
- A. Novices are sometimes better than experts at recognizing fundamental principles.
- B. Novices’ difficulty in solving equations affects their understanding of abstract concepts.
- C. Experts begin problem solving by making use of broad principles.
- D. Experts tend to employ create methods to recall details.
5. Why does the student say this: