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3. Completion of midterm examination on site (50 questions) 4. Completion of final exam on site (__ questions, cumulative) Required Resources Erlich, A. & Schroeder, C.L. (2016). 8 th Edition. Medical Terminology for Health Professions . Albany, NY: Delmar. * Students are highly encouraged to complete textbook exercises at the end of each chapter to prepare them for quizzes and tests. Course Grading 13 Quizzes (lowest 2 dropped): 30% Midterm Examination: 30% Final Examination (cumulative): 40% Grading Scale 92 - 100 A 90 - 91 A- 88 - 89 B+ 82 - 87 B 80 - 81 B- 78 - 79 C+ 72 - 77 C 70 - 71 C- 68 - 69 D+ 62 - 67 D 60 - 61 D- 59 & below F 2
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