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Exam #1 Review Sheet Winter 2006 Expeditions 4 through 11 Exam will be available Thursday, January 12 at Noon until Friday, January 13 at 3 pm. Students will have 90 minutes to complete exam. Although exam is open book and open notes, you should study as if it was a closed book, closed note exam given in a classroom . Students typically say that my exams are hard and cover quite a bit of material – so be prepared to work hard on exam. YOU WILL NOT HAVE ENOUGH TIME TO LOOK THROUGH YOUR HANDOUTS FOR EVERY PROBLEM - in fact if you need to look at your notes for even half of the problems, then you will not finish exam and lose valuable points Looking back over the years, here is a general distribution of the scores: 1) about 10-15% of the students earn a score of 90% or higher, 2) about 15% of the students earns score of 80-89% of the total points, 3) about 35% of the students earn between 70-79% of the points, 4) about 20% of the students earn between 60-69% of the points 5) about 20% of the students earn less than 59% of the points (not
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This note was uploaded on 05/03/2008 for the course GEOL 105 taught by Professor Reed during the Spring '08 term at San Jose State.

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