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In their learning and problem-solving abilities, school-age children differ from preschoolers in that they: A. use fewer external aids such as making lists. B. rely mainly on memory skills in problem solving. C. can evaluate their own progress. D. devote equal time to all tasks, easy or difficult.
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In their learning and problem-solving abilities, school-age children differ from preschoolers in that they: can evaluate their own progress. [ ]
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