Hum 202 sample exam

Hum 202 sample exam - Hum 202, Dr. Stanford Sample Exam for...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 3/31/11 Hum 202, Dr. Stanford Sample Exam for Study (please note, the real exam will be longer than this)
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3/31/11 Directions The exam is set up as a sample cultural “visiting gallery” which is designed to allow you to demonstrate what you know about the works of art, music and literature that you will see here. You will see some works that are not known to you. If you have not carefully studied the list of works given in class, these may be more numerous than you will like. All works chosen, known or unknown, exemplify the principles and ideas discussed in class. The exam is a mixture of matching, multiple choice, true or false, fill in the blank, short answer, and two essays. You may go back and forth freely through the exam. Matching, multiple choice, true or false, and fill in the blank items are all worth 2 points per item. Short answers are worth 3 points each, and should be 1-2 sentences long. The two essays are worth 15 points each, and should be roughly 4-5 paragraphs long. The exam is worth a total of 150 points.
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This note was uploaded on 03/30/2011 for the course HUMANITIES 202 taught by Professor Marsden during the Winter '10 term at BYU.

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