GLG101 Final Review 20170327.doc

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Final Exam Week – GLG101 Please check your grade book for your Final Exam deadline. You must travel to a testing center to take the Midterm and Final Exams in person. If you live in the Phoenix area, you can take your Midterm and Final Exams at a Rio Testing Center. You do not need to make arrangements – just show up during normal testing hours. Be sure to arrive at the center at least 3 hours prior to the closing time if you wish to use the full 3 hours allotted for the exam. Please see the information on the Testing website for more information about hours of operation (they vary by location). . If you live outside the Phoenix area, you must take a proctored exam at an approved testing site. You must have a test proctor pre-arranged before taking the exam. The approval process for a proctor may take several weeks so please request a proctor well in advance of the exam. Remember, you are required to earn an average of a 60% on the Midterm and the Final to pass the course, regardless of your other course work. No notes or resources are allowed while taking the Midterm and Final Exams. Your Final Exam will cover information from Lessons 9-15 and will consist of three parts: Part I is worth 200 points. It contains 25 multiple-choice questions. You will have 45 minutes to complete this section. Part II is worth 200 points. It contains 25 multiple-choice questions. You will have 45 minutes to complete this section. Part III is worth 100 points. It contains four essay questions (taken directly from your AYL questions. You will have 90 minutes to complete this section. You should plan on a full three hours to complete the exam. As you prepare for the Final Exam, find the best study strategies that work for you. Here are some general suggestions for approaching the GLG101 final exam: 1. Review the vocabulary for each lesson. Do not focus on memorizing them, but study them every day to help retain the information for the exam. Paraphrase the definitions of the words and give examples or applications for the words to learn the information. 2. Pay attention to the lesson objectives in preparation for the Final Exam (they are compiled in a table at the end of this review packet). Look at the verbs to determine what is needed: term definition; comparison and contrast of concepts, or explanations of a process? Verbs are good indicators of the types of questions asked on the Final Exam. The Final Exam includes more than simple definition questions. 3. Use the included Study Topics and Essential Elements to prepare yourself for the Final. These lists do not necessarily cover every topic and every question on the Final but they will give you a solid basis to work from. They, coupled with working on the objectives discussed in #2 above, will help you determine your strengths and weaknesses and will help guide your studying.
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4. Answer all essay questions in all the lessons even if they were not assigned for grading. Any of these questions could be used on the exam in the essay section.
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