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1. Discuss 3 Taking Tests success strategies that you will incorporate after you have read this week’s chapter and watched this week’s videos. How do you plan on implementing this information in school and in life situations?
2. What are some of the many ways that your values, actions, behaviors, and beliefs have been tested and evaluated in life?
3. Define what integrity means for you.
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