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Unformatted text preview: Test Taking Procedures 1. You must have a test appointment. There is no standby testing. Make sure you have done the fingerprint/photo registration before test day. 2. You must show up on time for your appointment. If you are more than 10 minutes late - even if you are late for a good reason - you will not be seated. 3. There are NO MAKE UP TESTS!!! 4. You will not be allowed to use a calculator or any study aids on the test. 5. You have 50 minutes to complete both parts of the test. Do not press submit until you have completed both parts of the test. 6. Tests are typically 12 - 15 multiple choice questions and 3 - 5 free response questions. Your score on the MC portion will be available almost immediately. That score is not out of 100. lwill post on Course Announcements what the maximum MC score is after the test period starts. 7. FR grades take 7 - 10 business days to appear in the grade list. Please be patient. It will show up as a separate grade. To determine you grade on the test, add the MC and FR scores together. If you misbubble your FR paper, you'll get a zero on that part of the test. 8. You should be able to view your FR paper after grades are uploaded. If you have any questions about the grading, you need to ask immediately. Don't wait until April to ask questions about Test 2. 9. Use the methods demonstrated in class. When in doubt, show MORE work, not LESS. ...
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