TAKING THE TESTS

TAKING THE TESTS - Taking the Tests I hate administering...

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Taking the Tests I hate administering tests. Unfortunately, I have to make an assessment of how much psychology you’re learning while enrolled in my class and I have to do it in such a way that is fair to everyone taking the test. This means that I have to treat everyone in the class as a potential cheater even though I know that the vast majority of you have absolutely no intention of ever cheating. So I have to put on my authoritarian schmuck suit and treat you all like a bunch of cheats. I apologize and if there were some clever way to finesse the whole mess, I would jump at the chance. Please bear with me. Like I said, I hate tests. ARRIVING ON TIME Please try to arrive at the testing session on time. I will close the door at the start of the test session and pass out tests to everyone present. Latecomers will be admitted only after everyone else has started. GROUND RULES: Turn off your cell phone and keep it out of sight. If I see a cell phone during the administration of a test, I assume you’re cheating and give you an “F”. Don’t wear any hats or billed caps that hide your eyes during a test. When you
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