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SMART SOLUTION Tes Potensi Akademik SBMPTN 2013

Rangkuman Materi SBMPTN 2013 SELEKSI BERSAMA MASUK PERGURUAN TINGGI NEGERI Disertai Teori Ringkas dan Pembahasan Soal Tes Potensi Akademik (TPA) Disusun Oleh : Pak Anang Kumpulan SMART SOLUTION dan TRIK SUPERKILAT Ringkasan Materi SBMPTN Tes Potensi Akademik (TPA) Penalaran Verbal (Sinonim, Antonim, dan Analogi) By Pak Anang (http://pak-anang.blogspot.com) A. PENALARAN VERBAL 1. SINONIM (Padanan Kata) Soal-soal sinonim, kemampuan yang dituntut adalah adik-adik mampu mencari arti dari sebuah kata pada pilihan jawaban yang tersedia. Tips agar adik-adik mudah menyelesaikan soal tentang sinonim adalah sering membaca. Nah, saat menemukan kata-kata asing, jangan ditinggalkan begitu saja, catat dan coba mencari padanan katanya di Kamus Besar Bahasa Indonesia. TRIK SUPERKILAT: Seringkali ada pilihan jawaban yang hampir mirip dengan soal. Biasanya jawaban ini adalah diberikan sebagai jawaban jebakan. Contoh soal sinonim: PARTIKELIR = .... A. Tukang parkir B. Partisan C. Partisi D. Swasta E. Enterprener Pembahasan: Jawaban B dan C mirip dengan kata yang digunakan pada soal. Biasanya ini mudah kita eliminasi sebagai jebakan jawaban..... Sehingga mempemudah kita dalam menjawab soal sinonim ini. Jawaban yang tepat adalah ”swasta”. 2. ANTONIM (Lawan Kata) Soal tentang antonim ini kebalikan dari sinonim. Dalam soal antonim adik-adik dituntut untuk mencari lawan kata dari soal yang diberikan. Contoh soal antonim: TERKATUNG A.Melayang B.Pasti C.Ombak D.Terperosok E.Terbenam

What Happened on 9/11? Nine Years of Polling College ...

F O L L O W I N G THE DEATH of Osama Bin Laden, many American young people across the country gathered on street comers and in front of the White House, some celebrating with chants of "U-S-A" and others singing the national anthem. Press coverage of the youthñil celebrators, many of them part of Generation Y or the Millennial Generation, renamed these young people the "9/11 Generation."' Newspaper accounts following Bin Laden's demise discuss him as "the common evil" that the Millennial Generation faced in much the same way as their grandparents had faced Hitler.2 One student remarks that Bin Laden's death is "the defining moment" of his generation.^ Nine-eleven, it appears, is a memorable moment for this generation. Over nine years earlier, on September 11, 2001,1 was also concemed about how young people would come to understand what came to be called "9/11." After spending the moming of September 11, 2001 watching television as the Twin Towers in New York collapsed, I arrived on campus to teach my lower-division history class, and was immediately informed that classes were cancelled for the day because of the "evil attacks." Since I regularly tell my students that "evil" is not a useful analytic term for the writing and understanding of history, I devised a questionnaire for my History 101 students to assess their understanding of the event." The History Teacher

Basic Academy application kit - Raleigh Police Department

CITY OF RALEIGH POLICE DEPARTMENT Honesty Statement PLEASE READ CAREFULLY: All statements are subject to verification and any incorrect statements or omissions may bar or remove you from employment with the City or Raleigh or prohibit your certification as a law enforcement officer with the State of North Carolina. Truthful statements to any item requested will not necessarily exclude you from consideration. During the course of the hiring process, you will be asked to answer many questions and to provide much information about your life. We expect you to tell the truth at all times and we expect you to maintain a high level of integrity. If you lie, provide false information or engage in deception during any part of the application process, you will be eliminated from further consideration immediately. Applicant Signature: _________________________________ Date: _________________________________ P.O. BOX 590 RALEIGH, NC 27602 PHONE: (919) 996-1343 www.joinraleighpd.org APPLICATION PACKET CHECKLIST REQUIRED DOCUMENTS I have enclosed the completed documents for review by the Raleigh Police Department’s Recruitment Office. Applicant’s name:_________________________________________________________ Date:_________________ Mail to: RPD’s Recruitment Office, Application Packet, 6716 Six Forks Road, (Suite 331), Raleigh, NC 27615 REQUIRED FORMS TO BE COMPLETED AND RETURNED TO OUR AGENCY 1. Raleigh Police Department’s Pre-employment/Polygraph questionnaire. -Listing all employers for the past 10 years Are the following items complete and in the packet to be returned to the Raleigh Police Department?

Panduan penulisan Penerbitan Buku Teks - PDPT

Panduan Penulisan Buku Panduan ini merupakan petunjuk penulisan buku pelajaran (ilmiah populer) yang digunakan untuk menentukan kelayakan naskah bagi penerbit. Panduan ini membahas pengertian buku pelajaran & diktat, tujuan penulisan buku pelajaran, isi buku pelajaran, sampul buku, bagian pembuka, bagian utama dan bagian penutup serta ketentuan jumlah halaman. Buku Pelajaran (Text book) & Diktat Buku pelajaran adalah bahan/materi pelajaran yang dituangkan secara tertulis dalam bentuk buku dan digunakan sebagai bahan pelajaran (sumber informasi) sebuah mata kuliah bagi mahasiswa dan pengajar susuai dengan kebutuhan lapangan/industry dan tuntutan perkembangan teknologi dan atau kurikulum. Diktat adalah catatan tertulis suatu bidang studi yang disiapkan oleh guru/dosen untuk mempermudah pengayaan materi pelajaran atau bidang studi yang dibahas dalam proses pembelajaran (Ilvandri, 2011). Diktat yang baik merupakan draft buku ajar yang belum diterbitkan. Tujuan penulisan buku pelajaran a. Menyediakan buku susuai dengan kebutuhan mahasiswa, institusi dan lapangan/ industry serta serta tuntutan perkembangan teknologi atau kurikulum. b. Mendorong penulis/dosen untuk berkreasi dan kreatif membagikan ilmunya kepada masyarakat. c. Mendorong penulis untuk meng-update ilmunya sesuai dengan kriteria tuntutan buku layak terbit mencakup subdstansi, bahasa dan potensi pasar. d. Mendukung penulis untuk menerbitkan buku bila belum terbit. Isi Buku Pelajaran Isi buku pelajaran berupa teori, konsep, formula atau aturan terkini dilengkapi dengan contoh-contoh masalah atau studi kasus serta solusinya. Isi buku harus orsinil dengan merujuk dari berbagai sumber. Informasi tepat, dapat dipercaya dan dipertanggungjawabkan kepada pembaca dan semua pihak terkait. Isi tersusun dengan baik atau dengan alur informasi yang mudah dipahami. Buku pelajaran dan diktat yang baik memenuhi tiga aspek pendidikan yaitu ilmu pengetahuan (knowledge), keterampilan (skills) dan sikap atau perilaku (attitude). Aspek tersebut seperti yang dinyatakan oleh UNESCO (1994) yaitu...

When Anxiety Symptoms Masquerade as Medical Symptoms: What ...

J Clin Psychol Med Settings DOI 10.1007/s10880-008-9129-4 When Anxiety Symptoms Masquerade as Medical Symptoms: What Medical Specialists Know about Panic Disorder and Available Psychological Treatments Ellen J. Teng Æ Angelic D. Chaison Æ Sara D. Bailey Æ Joseph D. Hamilton Æ Nancy Jo Dunn Ó Springer Science+Business Media, LLC 2008 Abstract Under-recognition of somatic symptoms associated with panic in primary care settings results in unnecessary and costly diagnostic procedures and inappropriate referrals to cardiologists, gastroenterologists, and neurologists. In the current study specialists’ knowledge regarding the nature and treatment of panic were examined. One-hundred and fourteen specialists completed a questionnaire assessing their knowledge about panic attacks, including their perceptions of psychologists’ role in treating panic. Respondents answered 51% of knowledge items correctly. Although most knew the definition of a panic attack, they knew less about clinical features of panic and its treatment. Specifically, whereas 97.4% believed medication effectively relieves panic symptoms, only 32.5% knew that cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) is a first-line treatment. Only 6% reported knowing how to implement CBT, and only 56.1% recognized that psychologists could effectively treat panic. These findings demonstrate significant gaps in specialists’ knowledge about panic and the E. J. Teng (&) Á A. D. Chaison Á S. D. Bailey Á J. D. Hamilton Á N. J. Dunn Michael E. DeBakey Veterans Affairs Medical Center, 116 MHCL-TRP, 2002 Holcombe Blvd, Houston, TX 77030, USA e-mail: ellen.teng@va.gov; eteng@bcm.edu E. J. Teng Houston Center for Quality of Care & Utilization Studies, Houston, TX, USA E. J. Teng Á S. D. Bailey Á J. D. Hamilton Á N. J. Dunn Veterans Affairs South Central Mental Illness Research, Education, and Clinical Center, Houston, TX, USA E. J. Teng Á A. D. Chaison Á S. D. Bailey Á J. D. Hamilton Á N. J. Dunn Menninger Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX, USA

Medical Symptoms Questionnaire
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WLM-1 2010-006 Medical Symptoms Questionnaire Initials Visit # Number # Date Rate each of the following symptoms based on the last 48 hours: Point Scale HEAD 0 1 2 Never or almost never have the symptom Occasionally have it, effect is not severe Ocasionally have it, effect is severe ________ Headaches ________ Faintness ________ Dizziness ________ Insomnia DIGESTIVE TRACT TOTAL EYES ________ Watery or itchy eyes ________ Swollen, red or sticky eyelids ________ Bags or dark circles under eyes ________ Blurred or tunnel vision (does not include nearor far-sightedness) TOTAL EARS ________ Itchy ears ________ Earaches, ear infections ________ Drainage from ear ________ Ringing in ears, hearing loss ________ Stuffy nose ________ Sinus problems ________ Hay fever ________ Sneezing attacks ________ Excessive mucus formation TOTAL Chronic coughing MOUTH/ ________ Gagging, need to clear throat THROAT ________ ________ Sore throat, hoarse, loss of voice ________ Swollen or discolored tongue, gums or lips ________ Canker sores TOTAL SKIN JOINTS / MUSCLE HEART LUNGS ________ Irregular or skipped heartbeat ________ Rapid or pounding heartbeat ________ Chest pain TOTAL ________ Nausea, vomiting ________ Diarrhea ________ Constipation ________ Bloated feeling ________ Belching, passing gas ________ Heartburn ________ Intestinal/stomach pain ________ Pain or aches in joints ________ Arthritis ________ Stiff or limitation of movement ________ Pain or aches in muscles ________ Feeling of weakness or tired TOTAL WEIGHT ________ Binge eating/drinking ________ Craving certain foods ________ Excessive weight ________ Compulsive eating ________ Water retention ________ Underweight TOTAL ENERGY / ACTIVITY ________ Fatigue, sluggishness ________ Apathy, lethargy ________ Hyperactivity ________ Restlessness TOTAL MIND ________ Acne ________ Hives, rashes, dry skin ________ Hair loss ________ Flushing, hot flashes ________ Excessive sweating TOTAL Frequently have it, effect is not severe Frequently have it, effect is severe TOTAL TOTAL NOSE 3 4 ________ Poor memory ________ Confusion, poor comprehension ________ Poor concentration ________ Poor physical coordination ________ Difficulty in making decisions ________ Stuttering or stammering...

Does the Medical Record Cover the Symptoms Experienced by ...

The aim of this study was to investigate the extent to which the symptoms experienced by advanced cancer patients were covered by the medical records. Fifty-eight patients participated in the study. On the day of first encounter with our palliative care department, a medical history was taken, and on this or the following day, the patients completed the EORTC Quality of Life Questionnaire (EORTC QLQ-C30), Edmonton Symptom Assessment System (ESAS), and Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale (HADS). The symptomatology reported in the patient-completed questionnaires was compared with the symptomatology mentioned by the physician in the medical record. The analysis revealed good concordance concerning pain, but most other symptoms or problems were reported much more often by patients than by their doctors. Reasons for these discrepancies are discussed. It is suggested that the doctor’s knowledge of the patient’s symptomatology might gain from more systematic screening and transfer of information from patient self-assessment questionnaires to the medical records. J Pain Symptom Manage 2001;21:189–196. © U.S. Cancer Pain Relief Committee, 2001. Key Words Palliative care, advanced cancer, symptomatology, self-assessment questionnaire, quality of life Introduction Palliative care aims to alleviate as many of the patient’s symptoms as possible, thus providing “the best quality of life for patients and their families.”1 In order to achieve this goal,...

MEDICAL SYMPTOMS QUESTIONNAIRE - Evergreen Center for ...

MEDICAL SYMPTOMS QUESTIONNAIRE Rate each of the following symptoms based upon your typical health status for the past 30 days. ! Point Scale 0 - Never or almost never have the symptom 1 - Occasionally have it, effect is not severe 2 - Occasionally have it, effect is severe 3 - Frequently have it, effect is not severe 4 - Frequently have it, effect is severe System HEAD EYES EARS NOSE MOUTH & THROAT SKIN HEART LUNGS Points Symptoms Total 0····1····2····3····4 0····1····2····3····4 0····1····2····3····4 0····1····2····3····4 Headaches Faintness Dizziness Insomnia _____ 0····1····2····3····4 0····1····2····3····4 0····1····2····3····4 0····1····2····3····4 Watery or itchy eyes. Swollen, reddened, or sticky eyelids Bags or dark circles under eyes Blurred or tunnel vision (does not include nearor farsightedness) _____ 0····1····2····3····4 0····1····2····3····4 0····1····2····3····4 0····1····2····3····4 Itchy ears Earaches, ear infections Drainage from ear Ringing in ears, hearing loss _____ 0····1····2····3····4 0····1····2····3····4 0····1····2····3····4 0····1····2····3····4 0····1····2····3····4 Stuffy nose Sinus problems Hay fever Sneezing attacks Excessive mucus formation _____ 0····1····2····3····4 0····1····2····3····4 0····1····2····3····4 0····1····2····3····4 0····1····2····3····4 Chronic coughing Gagging, frequent need to clear throat Sore throat, hoarseness, loss of voice Swollen or discolored tongue; gums, lips Canker sores _____ 0····1····2····3····4 0····1····2····3····4 0····1····2····3····4 0····1····2····3····4 0····1····2····3····4 Acne Hives, rashes, dry skin Hair loss Flushing, hot flashes Excessive sweating _____ 0····1····2····3····4 0····1····2····3····4 0····1····2····3····4 Irregular or skipped heartbeat Rapid or pounding heartbeat Chest pain _____ 0····1····2····3····4 0····1····2····3····4 0····1····2····3····4 0····1····2····3····4 Chest congestion Asthma, bronchitis Shortness of breath Difficulty breathing _____ Evergreen Center for Integrative MedicinE! 2008 NE 65th St * Seattle, wa 98115 ! PHone: 206-729-0907 fax: 206-729-0199 Patient Name: !...

Treatment of Metastatic Prostatic Cancer With Low-Dose Prednisone ...

Treatment of Metastatic Prostatic Cancer With Low-Dose Prednisone: Evaluation of Pain and Quality of Life as Pragmatic Indices of Response By lan Tannock, Mary Gospodarowicz, William Meakin, Tony Panzarella, Lesley Stewart, and Walter Rider Thirty-seven men with symptomatic bone metastases from prostate cancer that had progressed following earlier treatment with estrogens and/or orchidectomy were treated with low-dose prednisone (7.5 to 10 mg daily). The rationale for this treatment was that some patients might still have hormone-sensitive disease that was stimulated by weak androgens of adrenal origin, and that these androgens could be suppressed by prednisone through its negative feedback on secretion of adrenocorticotrophic hormone (ACTH). Response to treatment was assessed by requirement for analgesics, by the McGill-Melzack pain questionnaire, and by a series of 17 linear analog selfassessment (LASA) scales relating to pain and to various aspects of quality of life. Fourteen patients (38%) had improvement in indices used to assess pain at 1 month after starting prednisone, and seven patients (19%) maintained this improvement for 3 to 30 months (median, 4 months). Reduction in pain was...

Pain Scale for Plantar Fasciitis - Foot and Ankle Online Journal

The Foot and Ankle Online Journal 2 (5): 3 Background: Plantar fasciitis (PF) is a common and debilitating pathology whose chief complaint is acute plantar heel pain. This pathology affects between 1 and 2 million Americans each year, but a specific descriptive pain/disability scale has not been available to measure the severity and/or changes in pain specific to this pathology. The purpose of this study was to examine the PF, Pain and Disability Scale (PFPS) and its ability to discriminate between pain from PF and other heel pain. Methods: The PFPS survey includes a series of key questions that relate to symptoms and control questions for PF. It also includes visual analogue scale and questions to measure the effect the pain has on activities of daily living. This questionnaire was administered to 400 patients who had been diagnosed with either PF or another pathology causing heel pain (e.g. calcaneal bursitis). Patients’ mean age was 50 years ±16 (242 females and 158 males). Results: There was a significant difference in scores from PF patients versus other heel pain patients when compared in a one-way analysis of variance (P < 0.0001). Post-hoc t-tests did not show a ...

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