6. Exam Review - Exam 1(Feb 19 th in-class • Will cover...

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Exam 1 (Feb 19 th , in-class) Will cover Lectures 1-5 (Textbook Chapters 1-3, except Modules 1.3 and 1.4) 50 multiple choice questions, each worth 1 point The test scores will be converted to a 30-point scale (by multiplying 60%) and counted towards your final grades; e.g., if you score 44 questions right, your final grade will be 44* 60% =26.4 Only two best exam scores will be counted, so no conflict exams will be scheduled unless there is medical emergency (doctor’s notes will be requested) 1
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Exam 1 (Feb 19 th , in-class) Most questions will be based on content covered in lectures and class notes (slides) For content on the textbook but not covered during lectures, please focus on the key terms (will be listed on the study guide) Study guide has been posted on Compass Bring your i-card or other type of ID, pencils, and erasers 2
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Tips on Preparing for the Exam Read the slides and your class notes CAREFULLY Read the textbook chapters; focus on the key terms listed on the Study Guide Use the Study Guide to test yourself; make sure you can answer most of the questions There will be both definition and application questions in the exam
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