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Open-book exams can be more difficult than expected because they: A. are very detailed. B. cover a lot of material. C. are timed. D. are monitored.
C. are timed
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User: Open-book exams can be more difficult than expected because they: A. are very detailed. B. cover a lot of material. C. are timed. D. are monitored.

Weegy: C. are timed
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User: Which is the better strategy in essay type exams? A. The longer the answer, the better. B. Respond to the directive or action word. C. State the answer word for word. D. Be sure to use the keywords.

Weegy: The better strategy in essay type exams is: D. Be sure to use the keywords.
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User: When the directive word for an essay exam is criticize, it also means to: A. discuss. B. evaluate. C. justify. D. state.

Weegy: Answer is B. evaluate
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User: When you make your answer clear by giving an example, you: A. analyze. B. relate. C. illustrate. D. describe.

Weegy: When you make your answer clear by giving an example, you: illustrate.
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