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Exam 3 Review 20 mins of extra time
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Coming Up Next Some Important Due Dates 04/12 Exam 3 opens 04/14 Exam 3 due 04/19 Activity #10 and Article #4 Reading Guide
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Really important EXAM 1 RETAKE! Want some extra credit?? You can re-take Exam 1! This is good practice for the final, since it’s cumulative We will vote on a date, but first here’s how it works: Student Exam 1 Original Exam 1 Retake Exam 1 Official (*Averaged if higher; doesn’t change if you skip or do worse)
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MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY 1 4 5 6 7 8 11 12 13 14 15 18 19 20 21 22 25 26 27 April today no class class class class no class reading days final exams
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Exam 3 Covers: Chapter 14: Attachment and Social Relationships Activity #8: Relationships and Attachment Chapter 15: The Family Article 3: Family Stress and Coping Activity #9: College Undergrad Stress Chapter 16: Developmental Psychopathology Class lecture, activities, & discussion Articles Textbook
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Format: Overall Structure See p. 2 of syllabus for details Canvas online exam Open book and open note Exam opens TODAY at 5pm Exam closes THURSDAY at 5pm Time limit: 80 mins + 20 bonus mins = 1 hr 40 mins (100 mins) Canvas will close test when your time runs out (or when exam period closes)!
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Format: Questions 60 questions NO fill in the blank Multiple choice, true/false, matching All questions presented together Can skip and go back <2 minute/question Study Organize your notes Prepare your own study guide so that you can successfully manage your time and do well!
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How do you prepare and study? YES NO I read all the chapters and the articles I took real notes (not just fill-in-the-blank) during class I completed the reading guide and figured out answers to any questions I got wrong I can briefly explain how the class activity fits with the chapter or reading Given the figure or graph, I can answer a question that’s based on it Given a story or vignette, I can apply it to concepts in the chapter that we’ve learned about I have access to a working computer and internet I have a quiet place to work for the duration of the exam I know when the exam is due and make time for it It’s a test. I studied. My notes and book are there just to do a check on a couple answers at the end. I can answer or narrow it to 2 answers on almost all the questions.
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