BIO201 - Lecture 39

BIO201 - Lecture 39 - Lecture 39 Fri A Clarification...

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Lecture 39. Fri. 4-25-08
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A Clarification Information on the Preview Slides is not the final form of the Powerpoints Information for the final Exam will come from the final form of the Powerpoints, as displayed on UBlearns AFTER each lecture Study the final form of the Powerpoints, not the Preview Slides.
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Final Exam 1. The final for BIO201B is scheduled for Thursday, May 1 (5-1-08) from 11:45 AM to 2:45 PM in KNOX 20. 2. It will not be in either NSC205 or Norton 112. It will only be in Knox 20. 3. The final exam will consist of the Section III exam (about 30 questions) and the lab exam (about 24 questions) together (for about 54 questions total). 4. The final exam will cover information from the lectures and labs from March 24 (lecture #26) to the end of the course. 5. For examples of what the final might look like, see the final exams from 2006 and 2007 on UBlearns. Students in ES330 must check with that class for the final time and day
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A. Undergraduate TA Help Sessions in C441 Cooke Hall 1. Ryan Sullivan ( [email protected] ) & Anthony Travagliato ( [email protected] ): Mondays & Fridays: 10-11am 2. Jackie Lerner ( [email protected] ) & Saied Ghadersohi ( [email protected] ) : Mondays 9-10am 3. Jackie Lerner ( [email protected]
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