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EXAM 3 – Functional Neuroanatomy Exam 3 will consist of multiple choice (no labeling) and essays (will involve drawing pathways) The exam is worth 50 points and contains 35 multiple choice questions and 3 short answers (worth 5 points each, pick 3 out of 4) You will have the full class period to take the exam; Remember that Exam 3 will take place in our lecture hall. The exam will be scantron and essay; Please bring a no.2 pencil The exam will cover the material covered after Exam 2 Any material covered in class can show up on the exam; the purpose of this review sheet is to ensure you know the key information ---------------------------------------- Exam 3 grades and Exam 4 o Exam 3 grades will be available the same day as exam 3 (later in the evening), and I will automatically give everyone a ‘0’ for Exam 4 when I upload the grades. o By giving you a ‘0’ for Exam 4, Exam 4 becomes your one dropped exam and this will allow you to determine whether it is worth it to take exam 4. If you are happy with your final grade after Exam 3 grades are uploaded, then you do not have to take Exam 4 ( again, it will be “dropped” for you automatically) . Your final letter grade will be exactly what is on Canvas at that point. You do not have to email me regarding whether you will take exam 4. Basically, if your final grade is an ‘A’ after exam 3 grades are up, you cannot achieve a higher grade by taking exam 4 and you are now done the course. If you have a ‘B’ or even a ‘C’ after the exam 3 grades are up, and you are happy with that grade, then of course you do not have to take exam 4 either. o If you are not happy with your final grade after exam 3, then you can choose to take exam 4.
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