Exam+3+Study+Guide - Study Guide Exam 3, Abnormal...

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Study Guide – Exam 3, Abnormal Psychology Exam Date: Tuesday, November 16, 2010 On the day of the exam, you are asked to wait outside the classroom while we set up one exam on each desk. We will begin letting groups of people into the room when we are ready. All seats will have to be filled, so please do not leave an empty chair between you and the person sitting next to you – this will delay out getting started promptly. All of your belongings will need to be put completely under your chair. You cannot wear hats or earphones during the exam. All cellphones must be turned off . If phones ring during the exam you cannot answer them. You will need at least two #2 pencils with erasers. We cannot provide pencils or erasers. Please be sure that you have filled in your name, correct i.d. number, and the test form (A, B, or C) on your scantron and on the exam form itself. If any of this information is omitted, you will automatically lose 5 points . Do not leave any blank spaces before your i.d. number, and if the first number is ‘0’ be sure to bubble in the ‘0.’ You must bubble in each of your responses in the correct way. Do not make any extra marks on your scantron and if you erase, be sure that you do not leave dark marks. On the other hand, do not fill in the bubbles too lightly. For each item, choose the
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This note was uploaded on 11/17/2011 for the course PSYCHOLOGY 830:340 taught by Professor Mohlman during the Fall '10 term at Rutgers.

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