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ENGR 111/112 – General Examination Procedures – 2007 During the spring and the fall semesters, approximately 1,600 students will enroll in ENGR-111/112.  In  order to be fair to all concerned, the Instructors have established a set of procedures, which will apply across all  sections.  I have added a few “extras” to cut down on possible confusion. 1. The Exams are closed books and notes.   There are NO restrictions on non-programmable calculators.  PDA’s, Laptop’s, cell phones with calculators, etc. are not allowed.  Except for questions concerning:  Exam administration, Exam reproduction, print clarity, and the like, NO questions may be answered by  the Instructors.  Standard formula sheets will be provided. 2. The Exams are exactly 90 minutes in length.  Exams turned in after 90-minutes may not be graded and the   Student may be given a zero.   Put your 
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This note was uploaded on 04/27/2009 for the course ENGR 111 taught by Professor Walker during the Spring '07 term at Texas A&M.

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