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ENGR 110 FINAL EXAM – Study Guide December 11, 2018 9:00 – 11:00 am Course Name & Number ENGR 110: DESIGN AND COMMUNICATIONS 1 Section(s) A01, A02, A03, A04, A05, A06, A07, A08, A09, A10, A11, A12 CRN: 11455, 11456, 11457, 11458, 11459, 11460, 11461, 11462, 11464, 11464, 11465, 11466 Instructor: C. Crawford, S. Last, R. Lawrence, B. MacLeod, C. Neveu, M. Smith, V. Warder Duration: 2 hours This exam has a total of 4 pages including this cover page. Students must count the number of pages and report any discrepancy immediately to the Invigilator. This exam is to be answered in Booklets provided. Please write your name, student number, date, legal signature, course name and number, and instructor’s name on the exam booklet cover in the spaces provided. EXAM INSTRUCTIONS 1. Read all questions carefully before you begin. 2. Use the left-hand side of the booklet for rough work (notes and drafts). Write the final version of your answers for these questions on the right-hand pages only of your examination booklet, double spaced . Work written on the left hand pages will not be graded unless you clearly indicate that it should be. 4. Answer questions in any order you like, but please label your answers with the question numbers to which these answers correspond. 5. Keep an eye on the time; be sure to leave yourself enough time to plan, write, revise, and proofread your answers. Double space and leave extra spaces for additional revisions. 6. The only aid permitted is a standard print dictionary (English language or bilingual). No electronic aids or other materials may be used. ENGR 110 A01-A12 (Crawford, Last, Lawrence, MacLeod, Neveu, Smith, Warder); Dec. 11, 2018. 1
EVALUATION Your exam will be graded using the following rubric. Equal weight will be given to the following three defined criteria: Content (1/3) o Correct and relevant information and explanations drawn from experience, course content, plenary lectures and assigned readings o Interesting, valid insights o Effective examples that illustrate and support main ideas o Clear and correct attributions to sources Organization (1/3) o Strong topic sentence controls each paragraphs o

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