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Biology lecture and practice exams

Biology lecture and practice exams - Introduction Dr Mark...

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8/22/2011 1 Introduction Dr. Mark Holbrook Syllabus Information: o Instructors and Office Hours o Exams o Lab Grading and Standardization o Final Curve o Disputes ICON Cell phones off. Sit by doors if late or need to leave early. No talking unless asked to by professor. Please participate in (rare) classroom discussions or during voting. Don’t russle papers, fold up desk etc… until class is done. Hands to oneself. Don’t distract others by using devices for things other than class note tasking.
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8/22/2011 2 Come to lectures: every one (except when you are contagious with a horrible illness). Read the text assignments before coming to lecture. Take notes but also listen during the lectures. Write a brief summary of the main points and concepts of the lecture soon after the lecture is given. Write down any questions you have. Reread the book particularly the portions emphasized in lecture. Seek assistance if you still have questions. Reread the book particularly the portions emphasized in lecture. Seek assistance if you still have questions. Some things should already be familiar to you, some things will be expansions of things you already know and some things should be novel. Don’t think everything will be easy. Try not to cram. Even if you do well on the exam (most don’t) you want to know the material so you don’t have to learn it again later.
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