HIST 178 Syll (Sp'14)

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Unformatted text preview: and lectures for the entire semester. Download the HIST 178 Study Guide from the course website for information about exam format, grading, and sample exam questions. Bring a T&E 200 Scantron, a blank 8½” x 11” exam booklet (large size, any color), a #2 pencil, and two pens to every exam. Open ­Notes Exams Exams in this course will be closed ­book but open ­notes: you may freely consult your own handwritten notes during the exams, but nothing else. You may not refer to any books, printed matter, anyone else’s notes, or anyone else’s answers. You may not refer to any typed, printed, word ­processed, or photocopied materials. You may not refer to any computers, phones, tablets, music players, or other electronic devices. The classroom will be closely monitored during exams. Any materials judged inappropriate by Prof. Gendzel will...
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