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2002exam3 - PRINT YOUR NAME LEGIBLY HERE SIGN YOUR NAME...

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PRINT YOUR NAME LEGIBLY HERE SIGN YOUR NAME HERE PAGE 1 (Your signature here indicates that you have read and understood items 1 - 9 below. TESTS NOT SIGNED HERE WILL BE GRADED 'ZERO') BIOCHEMISTRY (020.305) Exam # 3, Fall 2002 THE RULES 1. BEFORE YOU BEGIN THE EXAM, PRINT YOUR NAME IN THE SPACE PROVIDED ON EVERY PAGE . SIGN THE FRONT PAGE. FILL IN THE DOTS CORRESPONDING TO YOUR NAME, SSN, EXAM NUMBER, JHED ID, AND TEST FORM (MARK “A”) ON THE SCANTRON FORM USING A #2 PENCIL. START FROM THE LEFT IN EACH FIELD. POINTS WILL BE DEDUCTED FOR IMPROPERLY BUBBLED FORMS 2. This exam consists of 15 pages (this cover sheet, the scoring sheet, and 13 pages of questions). IF YOU ARE MISSING A PAGE, LET A PROCTOR KNOW BEFORE THE TEST STARTS. 3. THE FOLLOWING ARE NOT ALLOWED to be present during the test: books, scratch paper, calculators, backpacks, purses etc. If you have any of these items with you, please place them under your chair so they are inaccessible. THIS EXAM IS CLOSED NOTE AND CLOSED BOOK. 4. USE A NON-ERASABLE PEN FOR EVERYTHING BUT THE SCANTRON FORM. USE A #2 PENCIL FOR THE SCANTRON FORM. 5. USE ONLY THE SPACE PROVIDED TO ANSWER QUESTIONS. Do not use the backs of pages, extra pages, etc. (these will NOT be graded). Write legibly. Illegible answers will not be graded. 6. YOUR SCANTRON FORM WILL NOT BE RETURNED TO YOU. If you wish to have a record of your answers to the multiple choice questions, it is your responsibility to accurately record them on the main exam form. 7. YOU WILL BE ALLOWED ONE HOUR AND 45 MINUTES FOR THE EXAM . Put down your pen as soon as the proctor announces that the test is over. Your test will be graded 'zero' if you continue to work after this announcement. We do this to give everyone an equal opportunity. 8. If you have to leave the exam room for any reason, you must turn in your exam. You cannot return once you have left. 9. The Constitution of the Undergraduate Academic Ethics Board reads, in part: "Students are obligated to refrain from acts which...impair the academic integrity of the university. Violations of academic ethics include, but are not limited to: cheating; plagiarism; knowingly furnishing false information .... All faculty members and teaching assistants are responsible for taking appropriate action...in all cases of suspected violations. The following penalties may be imposed on students found guilty...failure in the course...suspension from the University .... expulsion."
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Exam #2, October 28, 2002 Biochemistry 020.305 name PAGE 2 Joel F. Schildbach, 2002 ------------------ THE FIRST 40 QUESTIONS OF THE EXAM ARE TO BE ANSWERED USING THE SCANTRON SHEET. REMEMBER THAT YOU MUST FILL IN YOUR SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER, THE EXAM NUMBER, THE TEST FORM (mark “A”), YOUR JHED ID, AND YOUR NAME. IF YOU FAIL TO DO THIS, YOU RISK LOSING ALL 40 POINTS. USE A #2 PENCIL. TRUE OR FALSE: Fill in the bubble on the scantron sheet corresponding to the most appropriate answer (A=true; B=false). Remember that if anything about the statement is incorrect, the statement is false.
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