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NAME (PRINT): Last/Sumame First IGiven Name STUDENT#: SIGNATURE: UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO MISSISSAUGA APRIL 2012 FINAL EXAMINATION ANT322H5S Anthropology of Youth Dylan Clark Duration - 3 hours Aids: None The University of Toronto Mississauga and you, as a student, share a commitment to academic integrity. You are reminded that you may be-charged with an academic offence for possessing any unauthorized aids during the writing of an exam, including but not limited to any electronic devices with storage, such as cell phones, pagers, personal digital assistants (PDAs), iPods, and MP3 players. Unauthorized calculators and notes are also not permitted. Do not have any of these items in your possession in the area of your desk, Please turn the electronics off and put all unauthorized aids with your belongings at the front of the room before the examination begins. If any of these items are kept with you during the writing of your exam, you may be charged with an academic offence. A typical penalty may cause you to fail the course. Please note, you CANNOT petition to RE-WRITE an examination once you have begun writing. This exam contains 8 pages, and 30 questions. There are 10 fill-in-the-blank questions, worth 4 points each There are 13 multiple choice questions worth 4 points each There is one true/false question worth 4 points There are 6 short essays worth 7 points each Student scores will be converted into a percentage and capped at 100%. For short essays, write at least a few sentences for each answer, but often a paragraph or more will be necessary. You may write as much as you want (indicate clearly that you are continuing your answer on the back of the page). Long answers are often (but not always) better, particularly if they address the question being asked, are unique (please do not repeat answers) and use the authors' examples. PLEASE WRITE CLEARLY:'WE CAN'T MARK WHAT WE CAN'T READ! Good luck: I really want and hope that you do well! 1 .
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