This study investigated whether or not regular classroom test scores of LD junior-high school students could be improved by training those students to use a a test-taking strategy. Results showed significantly higher posttest scores for the experimental than the control subjects. Test-taking skills were found to generalize across settings and subject matter.
This research was published by the KU Center for Research on Learning, formerly known as the University of Kansas Institute for Research in Learning Disabilities.
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