HIT111 Final Exam Study Guide YOU MAY WANT TO PRINT THIS GUIDE. 1. The Final Exam is "open book, open notes." The maximum time you can spend in the exam is three hours, 30 minutes. If you have not clicked the Submit for Grade button by then, you will be automatically exited from the exam. In the Final Exam environment, the Windows clipboard is disabled, so you will not be able to copy exam questions or answers to or from other applications. 2. Reminders You will only be able to enter your online Final Exam one time. Click the Save Answers button often. If you lose your Internet connection during your Final Exam, logon again and try to access your Final Exam. If you are unable to enter the Final Exam, first contact the Help Desk and then your instructor. You will always be able to see the time remaining in the Final Exam at the top right of the page. 3. Submitting Your Final Exam When you are finished with the Final Exam, click on the Submit for Grade button. Please note: Once you click the Submit for Grade button, you will NOT be able to edit or change any of your answers. 4. Exam Questions The Final Exam is worth 300 points total. There are 90 randomly selected multiple-choice questions each worth 3 points for a total of 270 points. There are 2 randomly selected essay questions each worth 15 points for a total of 30 points. The Final Exam covers all course TCOs and Weeks 1–7. The Final Exam questions are pooled. This means that not everyone will have the same questions. Even if you do have some of the same questions, they may not be in the same order. These questions are distributed amongst the TCOs. The entire exam is worth 300 points . 5. Some of the key study areas are below. While these are key areas, remember that the exam is comprehensive for all of the assigned course content and that this study guide may not be all inclusive. TCO 1 o The components, prefixes, word roots and suffixes that make up medical terms. o The steps in locating a term in a medical dictionary or medical encyclopedia. o Combining components to form correct medical terms. o Defining medical words formed from combined components. o Definitions of common word components. o Analysis of a sample case report and medical vignette.
TCO 2 o Using anatomic reference systems and interactive aids to identify the anatomic position, body planes, directions, and cavities. o Applying rules of spelling to combined word components. o Correctly pronouncing medical terms. o Applying knowledge of appropriate spelling of common medical terms in review and correction of errors in a medical document. TCO 3 o Major functions and structures of the skeletal and muscular system.
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