Template:Exam

From Gerald R. Lucas

Final Exam

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Share a Google Doc with every member of the class. Use it to collaborate on class notes each day we meet. Consider it a master study document.

Students’ knowledge of the course texts and lecture materials will be tested with a final exam. This exam will test your knowledge of the subject matter (texts, lecture material, and vocabulary), your ability to synthesize this material, and your creativity in going beyond the discussion and lecture materials. The exam will include vocabulary, identification, and interpretation. All exam grades will be based upon objective knowledge of the material, thoroughness, depth of insight, precision, and originality.[1]

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Syllabus templates.

General

  • {{Intro}} — Syllabus intro statement (no header)
  • {{In Info}} — Instructor information
  • {{In Info-nh}} — Instructor information (no header)
  • {{In Intro}} — Statement for instructor info page (no header)
  • {{Materials}} — Materials statement (no header)
  • {{Materials OL}} — Materials online statement (no header)
  • {{Online}} — Online statement (no header)
  • {{QEP}} — QEP for Undergraduate Research

Requirements

Schedule

  • {{Schedule}} — General schedule statement
  • {{Schedule-nh}} — General schedule statement (no header)

Policies

See Also

Course Information Templates

SLO Templates

Office Hours Templates

  1. See the various resources available on this web site to help. They should assist in exam prep and provide guidance for your study throughout the semester.