College Level Study Skills Inventory
Adapted with permission from Dennis H. Congos, Academic Advisor & Learning Skills Specialist, University of Central Florida.
The following College Level Study Skills Inventory will assist in providing you immediate feedback on your current approach to college level study skills. There are six critical study skills college students need to consistently be developing: text book reading, note taking, memory, test preparation, concentration, and time management. At the conclusion of the inventory, each of these skills will be assessed based on the manner in which the questions were answered. Be honest when completing this inventory. Answer the questions in relation to your current approach towards college study skills and not how you think you should approach college study skills.
Take your time in completing the inventory and truly think about your current approach to college level study skills. We encourage you to consider taking the results of this inventory to the next level and develop an academic action plan. Consider printing out your results and scheduling an appointment with the Student Advising Center. Based on the information provided in this inventory and additional information discovered during the appointment, you and Student Advising Center will be able to develop an effective and efficient action plan to reach your academic goals for the semester. To schedule an appointment with Student Advising Center, please call Stacey Braun at 620-341-5189 or stop by Plumb Hall (PH) room 206H.
Please provide your first name, last name, and e-mail address.