Learning skills: True/False questions

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True/False questions

When answering a true/false question:

  • Read carefully.
  • Watch for qualifiers such as never or always that may help in answering the question.
  • Check each part of the statement.
  • Does your answer make sense?
  • When all else fails, guess. Never leave a question blank.
    (Source: Roberta Mason, RRU)

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Information within this guide was adapted from the University of Guelph's A Guide to University Learning and from information provided by Roberta Mason, Associate Vice-President, Student and Academic Services, Royal Roads University. These materials are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 United States License.