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Unformatted text preview: Page 2 of6 Review Test Submission: Unit III Assessment Instructions Instructions 1. You may open this unit assessment multiple times, but you may only subm it once. 2. You may print the unit assessment and prepare your answers offline. Alternatively, you may enter and save your answers for a portion of the assessment and continue at a later time. 3. Your textbook and other reference materials may be used to complete this assessment. 4. When answering the multiple choice questions, mark the correct respons in Blackboard. 5. When answering the written response questions, please follow these requirements: a. Your answer to each written response question should contain a minimum 200 word response. b. Spelling and grammar will impact your grade. Make certain to proofread each written response carefully before clicking on the submit button. c. rvlakecertain that all of your sources (including your textbook) are referenced at the end of the written response and that directly quoted information within your written response is cited to show tht difference between your ideas and the exact words of your sources d. General encyclopedias are prohibited sources. They are NOTto be used. Examples of prohibited sources include, but are not limited to, Wikipedia, Encarta, and World Book. e. It is suggested (although not required) that these references and citations be put in APA Style because you will be using this style in other papers, projects, case studies) and article reviews. On the main page of the course you will find a "My Library" button on the left; click it and then ".~PAResources" for extensive information of APA Style. 6. Once all questions have been answered) clickthe "Submit" button located at the bottom of the assessment. 7. If you have questions regarding your sources or general questions regarding the assessment, please contact your professor....
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