PSY280 Sample Term Test

PSY280 Sample Term Test - Name Student number University of...

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Name:__________________________________ Student number:__________________________________ University of Toronto PSY280S Sample midterm test Duration: 2 hours This test contains two sections. SECTION A consists of thirty multiple choice questions worth 1 point each for a total of twenty (20) points. Please fill in your answers on the scantron sheet provided. SECTION B consists of 7 short answer questions worth a total of thirty five (35) points. Please answer SECTION B in pen directly on the test paper. There is an additional blank page at the end of the test where you can make notes or answer questions if you need extra space. Make sure you write your NAME on the top of EVERY page. Good luck! Page 1 of 10
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Name:__________________________________ Student number:__________________________________ SECTION A: Multiple choice Please choose the most correct answer from among the choices. Please answer on the sheet provided. You may answer in pencil or pen but DO NOT make any additional marks on your scantron sheets. 1. Which of the following hierarchies concerning the two major branches of Greek philosophy is correct ? a) Metaphysics rationalism induction b) Metaphysics monism deduction c) Epistemology monism deduction d) Epistemology rationalism deduction e) Epistemology rationalism induction 2. Assuming you have a 10g standard (comparison) weight, which of the following statements is most likely TRUE? 3. Which of the following is true?
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