Tests test 1 test 2 and test 3 all three tests will

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Tests (Test 1, Test 2, and Test 3) All three tests will be given online through MyLab & Mastering. The tests will be available on MyLab & Mastering for the entire day (0:00 to 23:59) on the test days. Students must submit their tests at or before 23:59 US Eastern Time to the system. No late submission will be accepted. Absolutely no test time extension will be given. Students have the Save for Later option. It means that students can leave and return later to complete the test. The questions must be answered in order. Caution: Students cannot go back to previously opened and viewed (even if the questions are viewed for less than a second) questions. Before each test, there will be a practice test. Practice test scores will be counted as homework scores when the final average of the entire course is calculated. Multiple trials are allowed for the practice tests. The system will only keep the score of your last attempt. However, when the real tests are given, only one trial is allowed for each of the three individual tests. This is an online course. Students are fully responsible to make sure that there will not be any technical issues with their computers. The instructor cannot let students redo any of the test problems even if some problems are caused by their computer system. Absolutely no test time extension or make-up test will be given. The dates of the tests and the final exam are posted here. The test dates are not flexible. Since the proctored final exam will be a close-book exam, it is suggested that you close your books when you take Test 1, Test 2 and Test 3. For the final exam, students are allowed to use self-prepared formula sheet with limitation of four pieces of 8”X11” paper. Therefore, students should use one piece of 8”X11” paper for each individual test even if the tests are not proctored tests. Test 1 September 17 (Monday) Test 2 October 15 (Monday) Test 3 November 5 (Monday) Proctored Final Exam: December 8 (Saturday) Caution: Do not take this class if you expect to miss a test on any of the above dates. Absolutely no makeup tests will be given. About the Proctored Final Exam The proctored final exam will be a cumulative close-book exam. Students will be allowed to use self-prepared formula sheet (with limitation of four pieces of 8"X11" paper). You can write on both sides of the formula sheet. Use of scientific calculators (including graphical calculators) is allowed. However, laptop computers, notebook computers, iPads (or similar electronic devices) and smart phones are not allowed during the final exam. The proctored final exam is scheduled on Saturday, December 8 . The time and classroom information will be announced later. Please visit our Student Proctored Exam -Instructions webpage for important information concerning proctored exams, proctoring centers, and important forms.
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