Do you have Study Skills?
Inventory of College Level Study Skills
To gain a better understanding of yourself as a learner, it is helpful to identify the study skills you now employ. When compared to learners who get A's, you can see where your study skills need refinement or are maximized just the way they are. The following diagnostic test is a short and quick tool for assessing your study skills. This is not a timed test. You surely may ask for assistance when and where you feel you need it. Answer each question as honestly as you can. There are 51 questions.
- Read each statement. Think carefully about each statement and respond as truthfully as you can.
- Select one of the radio buttons that best describes your study skill.
This diagnostic is intended to get you thinking about the differences in high school and college level study skills. College students need a new set of learning tools to do well with college level academics. Use the results from this diagnostic to help you discover what new information you need to earn high grades in college. Utilize your campus learning center, learning skills classes, and learning skills workshops to learn the best ways to understand, learn and remember course content and earn A's in the least amount of time.
Inventory of College Level Study Skills form developed by Dennis H. Congos, Learning Skills Specialist, 120 Beech Street, Oviedo, FL USA