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Journal of NELTA
<p>There has been a steady interest in investigating the relationship between strategy use and English as a foreign language (EFL) test performance. Despite numerous studies on strategy use, the relationship between the two is still not clear. This paper reports on a study that investigated the use of reading strategies in the Secondary Education Examination English reading test and the relationship between reading strategy use and the test performance. A sample of 312 EFL learners studying atdoi:10.3126/nelta.v22i1-2.20040 fatcat:3c22skrksvbavoiy77tbhf25li