GOVT 2305 Test #2 Review

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Weatherford College, Summer I 2015 GOVT 2305: Federal Government (Federal Constitution and Topics) Instructor: Yunda Eddie Feng Sections: I01 I02 Test #2 Review I will provide you with Scantron Form 882. You are responsible for obtaining your own #2/HB leaded pencils. On your Scantron Form 882, indicate the appropriate section number. There will be 40 multiple choice questions. Answer each question, even if you have to guess. Each question is worth “0.5” (half a) percentage point of your Total (Final) Grade. If your Scantron Form can not be read by the Scantron machine, you will receive a grade of “0” (zero). If your electronic devices make noises, vibrate, etc., you will receive a grade of “0” (zero). Do not talk to or confer with fellow students during the test.
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Unformatted text preview: Do not get up and walk around the classroom unless you are submitting your test. Do not talk about the test questions after you leave the classroom. If you divulge any of the test's contents, you will be in violation of the school's Academic Integrity guidelines. Moreover, it makes no sense to “help” others as you are potentially hurting your own grade if score adjustments need to be made for whatever reason. Do not write on the test. Review materials: Chapters 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 16, 17, 18 “Sprinter Dutee Chand Fights Ban Over Her Testosterone Level” ( New York Times article) “In Need of a New Hip” ( New York Times article) Recount The Special Relationship Lecture Notes...
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