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In this research, which aims to identify the application of diagnostic evaluation to strengthen the teaching-learning process in students. He focused on the diagnostic evaluation and what is the correct way to perform it, to strengthen the teaching-learning process by improving the techniques and methods that are used to achieve positive results in this process, concluding that teacher training is very important for the application of the instruments that facilitate the taking of the diagnostic test, however, have not been trained. The study has been an exploratory type with a quantitative approach, using scientific, analytical, and synthetic methods. To base the research, the bibliographic method was used and as a study technique the survey was used, in which questions were formulated according to the study variables. The results guide the improvement of students' cognitive meta strategies and guide both teaching and their school learning.
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