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Unformatted text preview: EXAM INSTRUCTIONS CHEM 308 Spring 2009 Below you will find your room assignment for the hour exams. Please take the exam in your assigned room or your paper may be misplaced. These room assignments are for all three exams. We will tell you the rooms for the final exam later in the semester. Let us remind you of some matters related to exams in Chemistry 308. You should read carefully what follows, since failure to follow these directions could cause you serious problems. 1. Because almost every student in this course is working very hard and is very serious about doing well, the instructional staff will also work very hard to protect your honest efforts; to enforce rigorously the highest standards of academic integrity; and to make sure the “curve” is valid. So if you think that some of our procedures sound authoritarian, please try to understand why. All violations of academic integrity will be processed through the student judicial system. Exams are a major part of the course, so according to the judicial code, any dishonesty on an exam usually leads to separation from Rutgers. We also need your help in maintaining the highest standards of academic integrity. If someone in the course commits an act of academic dishonesty, it is you the students, who are injured much more than we the faculty. So if you become aware that a student is cheating and you don’t do anything about it, you too bear some responsibility for the effect on our academic community. anything about it, you too bear some responsibility for the effect on our academic community....
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This note was uploaded on 06/25/2009 for the course CHEM 01:160:308 taught by Professor Bokiess during the Spring '09 term at Rutgers.
- Spring '09