Dino Final - Folks, Everybody wants to know how to study...

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Folks, Everybody wants to know how to study for the “final.†As we all found out last exam, it is not possible to predict what will show up on an exam in this class, but I’ve typed up a few suggestions for what and how to study. FORMAT: The exam should resemble the last three. Since it is in class, it can’t be longer than an hour and fifteen minutes. CONTENT: By university rules, an exam given in the regular class time can only have a certain portion of cumulative material (something like 20-25%), so most of what you see will be relevant to the last part of the class. That would be birds, the current extinction of birds, and stuff on synapsids and humans (assuming that was actually covered in lecture and the readings). Note that stuff about the origin of birds and the place of birds in vertebrate phylogeny may have been on the last test, but it is technically relevant to this last part of the course too! HOW TO STUDY: Concentrate on the things that are a) likely to be on the test, and b) easier to study.
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