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BIBC 100 WI2010_Midterm

BIBC 100 WI2010_Midterm - BIBC 100 Structural Biochemistry...

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BIBC 100 MIDTERM EXAM Structural Biochemistry February 4, 2010; 12:30 – 1:50 pm Winter 2010 40% of Final Grade M. Montal Name: Student ID#: TA Name/Section: Question Points 1. 10 2. 15 3. 20 4. 5 5. 5 6. 15 7. 10 8. 20 9. 20 10. 20 _______________________ TOTAL 140 UCSD policy on integrity of scholarship (UCSD Catalogue 09-10 pages 62-65). Rules of academic dishonesty will be strictly enforced. If I cannot pick-up my exam during my TA section meeting, I hereby give permission to have my graded exam placed in the hall in front of Room 1213B Pacific Hall for me to pick up. I realize that this will render my exam available for public examination. Signature: Date:
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BIBC 100 Name: ___________________ Winter 2010 Midterm/Montal 2 Guidelines for Class Etiquette During Examinations 1. All writing instruments must contain non-erasable ink. If students choose not to write in pen they forfeit the opportunity for a future regrade. 2. All books and handbags should be placed at the front or back section of the auditorium at the time the exam is taking place. 3. Students should sit in alternating seats whenever possible. 4. When time is called, anyone who is still writing will automatically receive a zero for that page. THIS WILL BE STRICTLY ENFORCED. Remain in your seat and hand your exam down the aisle.
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