Tips for the Quiz

Tips for the Quiz - 2 Review your lecture notes Pay...

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Quiz Tips: Form study groups. It’s more fun and I think you learn more. Of course many people prefer to study by themselves. Your T.A. wants you to do well. Don’t leave questions blank. If you cannot make it to a quiz for a medical or other dire circumstance tell your TA and contact Julio Thomas ( [email protected] ), the TA in charge of arranging make-ups as soon as possible. Slide IDs 1. You should get 20/20 on the slide IDs. It is just a matter of putting in the time. All of the slide images from class are on the archnet website. 2. Know the building not the slide. Larry may use a slide that shows the building from a view you may not be familiar with. 3. Be able to look at the name of a building from the class handouts class and identify it visually in your mind. 4. Don’t leave any blank. Multiple Choice 1. You need to have read the books. If you have not, you will be at a severe disadvantage.
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Unformatted text preview: 2. Review your lecture notes. Pay particular attention to lists given; enumerated and otherwise. 3. Don’t leave any blank. Essays 1. You should do very well on these. You will have the questions before the test. Again it is just a matter of putting in the time. Go look at the buildings and write the essays or at least outline them with notes while you are looking at the building. Know what you are going to say before you get to the quiz. 2. If you were too lazy to perform the activities listed above tell us what you do know about the building. If the question asks you to analyze the building with respect to 5 of the 12 elements of form, for example, tell us what some of those elements are. Analyze another building with those tools. 3. Do not leave essay questions blank! They are worth 25pts each. We will give you partial credit for almost any intelligent response....
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