Final Exam review for UGS 303

Final Exam review for UGS 303 - UGS 303, Self and Soul...

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UGS 303, Self and Soul Final examination review questions May 5, 2011 The exam will be held in our classroom on May 14.  Please bring a blue book.  You will  have two and a half hours, but you should need only about 90 minutes.  You will have two  kinds of questions to answer. Part A.  Short answer Choose five of the following quotations.  For each passage, (1) identify the speaker and  source. (2) Explain the meaning of the passage in context.  (3) Toward what conclusion is  the author leading you with this passage? You need not write out the quotation in your  answer, just mark it as A1 or A3. Points:  10 points each, three for each element and one  for a superlative answer.  Credit will be given for intelligent wrong answers.  Part B.  Essay Choose one of the two questions that will appear on the exam.  Write a medium-length  essay in which you state your answer clearly and support it with reasons.  An adequate  answer would use around five pages in a blue book.  Each question is built out of parts.  Make sure that you answer each part of the question you choose.  Also, make sure you  show how your answer to one part is connected to your answer to another. Mark your  essay as B1 or B2.  Points:  Fifty points.  A+, 48; A, 45; B+, 42, B, 40; C+ 38, and so on.
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This note was uploaded on 02/20/2012 for the course UGS 303 taught by Professor Foster during the Fall '08 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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