Nutrition is one of the classes that I am taking this semester. I thought this class would be an "easy A", but I soon found out that no class at Clemson is easy. I have a lot of hard classes on my schedule including math, biology, and microeconomics. Nutrition was the class that surprised me the most out of all of my classes because I didn't expect it to be very difficult like I knew all the other ones would be. Nutrition has a lot of material that I thought wouldn't be as hard as it is. I am making lower grades than I expected, and I am very disappointed in myself.
This is my second nutrition test post-test form. I missed quite a few questions, and they didn't all fit on this page, so I had to fill out a second page also.
This finishes up the second page I needed to fill out to finish the post-test analysis form.
How did I feel about the test?
This second test that I took in nutrition was my lowest test grade out of the three I have taken so far. There was a lot of material on there that I needed to know. During this test time I had a lot of other schoolwork going on, so I wasn't exactly focused on this test as much as I should have been. I missed a lot of the questions because some of the material I got confused on, or I wasn't sure about which answer to chose. I was mainly unprepared, and I made careless mistakes which hurt me in the long run. I didn't study as much as I should have. I studied for about 3 days before the test, 1-2 hours each day. When I visited my professor in her office, I explained my studying situation to her. She talked me through how to study better for her tests. She told me that to study appropriately for her tests that I should fill out the study guides 3-4 days before the test, study the power points, and read the book. All three of these things tie together giving the same information which should really help me on further tests.