What where your open response questions?
On 5/10/13, Stephanie wrote:
> I just took the Praxis II Art Content Knowledge 5134. I
> Here's how I studied:
> 1)I began reading for the test about 2 months ago, and
> really studying for it the past month.
> 2)took the advice from this blog and read the "Annoated
> Mona Lisa" cover to cover. After reading it cover to
> cover, I read it a second time to help everything to sink
> in. At that point, I understood the layout of the book
> better and it just clicked. I then would refer to that
> book for questions I had. Invest in it!
> 2)I went through this blog and I made a list of ANY topics
> mentioned. I fact checked EVERYTHING by using the Mona
> Lisa book or web searches of reputable art sites. I had an
> illustrated dictionary of art terms that I used as well. I
> went through this dictionary and highlighted anything in it
> that I saw mentioend on the blogs. I carried this book
> around with me for a full month and would study terms while
> in waiting rooms, waiting to pick up my kids from school,
> 3)Went on websites for ceramics & digital photography to
> get the basic terms. I made a list of these.
> 4)Went on quizlet to get topics - but please FACT CHECK
> eveyrthing on this site! I found that not all the answers
> were correct.
> 5) I said the prayer to St.Joseph of Cupertino for the past
> month!!! Go online and read his story and say this
> Prayer to St. Joseph of Cupertino for success in
> This powerful prayer is very effective in examinations. It
> has to be said before taking an examination.
> O Great St. Joseph of Cupertino who while on earth did
> obtain from God the grace to be asked at your examination
> only the questions you knew, obtain for me a like favour in
> the examinations for which I am now preparing. In return I
> promise to make you known and cause you to be invoked.
> Through Christ our Lord.
> St. Joseph of Cupertino, Pray for us.
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