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Crim exam 2 - Points to Remember on Examination Day 1 Bring...

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Points to Remember on Examination Day: 1. Bring a supply of #2 pencils with erasers: pencils will not be distributed. 2. If possible, please try and arrive at least 10 minutes prior to the examination in order to receive your examination and scantron and be seated. 3. If possible, please do not bring any electronic equipment (including telephones) to the examination. If this is not possible, please make sure they are all turned off prior to entering the examination room. 4. Please feel free to study the texts or any notes you have prior to the examination. When announced, please put away all texts and notes, as none of these are permitted during the examination. 5. Prior to the beginning of the examination, the examination and a scantron sheet will be made available to you. Please take one of each. 6. Please do not open the examination until instructed to do so. 7. IMPORTANT!!! The person seated directly to the left and to the right of you cannot have the same color examination as you do. If this is the case, please switch seats or examinations until the person to your left and right have an examination whose color is opposite of the color examination you have. Anyone seated together with the same color examination after the examination has begun will be penalized. 8. Prior to the examination, please accomplish the following on your scantron: a. Fill in your last name, first name and student ID number. b. Fill in the “bubbles” under your last name, first name and student ID number.
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