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Testing Procedures Final Exam 53210

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Testing Procedures Final Examination 53210 B. A. Rowland General Information: The Final Examination will be held on Thursday, December 10, 2009 from 9 AM to 12 PM. The exam will be held in Welch 1.316 ( last names A through M ) and Welch 1.308 ( last names N through Z ). The exam will consist of 50 multiple choice questions. You will bubble your answers in on an official departmental Scantron form. You must take the exam in your assigned room in order to receive credit. The final exam is mandatory and will count 25% of your final grade. What to bring to the exam: Number 2 pencils, a non-programmable calculator, and your UT student ID. What to NOT bring to the exam: Portable electronic devices (you will have to put these away), programmable calculators, backpacks (you will have to place it in the back of the room during the examination), baseball caps (you will have to turn them around), cheat sheets. What I will provide: An examination, the Scantron form, scratch paper, and a formula sheet. What if I cannot make the official exam time: Unless otherwise approved with Brad you must take the exam at the specified time and location. Students with Disabilities: Any students with disabilities who require additional time must bring the appropriate paperwork to me so that I may make arrangements with the Department.
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