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Past Midterm - March 2009 (with answers)

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Department
Biology
Course
Biology 1002B
Professor
Tom Haffie
Semester
Fall

Description
UNIVERSITY OF WESTERN ONTARIO B I O L O G Y1222 March 062009Time 2 12 Hours Student NoTest RoomRow INSTRUCTIONSFOLLOW THE CHECK LIST On your Scantron sheet Fill the bubbles completelyPrint clearly Print nameUse HB pencil onlyDo your best SignatureNo stray marks or doodlesMaxwell MacShack InstructorMake all erasures completeBio 1222 CourseYesCalculators are permittedPrint clearly Bubble neatlyStudent number nonprogrammable onlyExam Code 111Very important Leave it blank Section NoBorrowing is not allowedLeave it blank Answer SheetDo not write your name on the cover On your Test BookYour Scantron answers will be emailed to No names please Student number your UWO email account within a weekThe room youre in right now Test Room Review copies of this test will posted We will tell you this Row number on WebCT for study purposes Indicate your answers in the test book Leave no questions blank4 Indicate your answers in both the test paper and on the 1 Please place your ID prominently on your desk and sign the Scantron attendance sheet when it comes to you 5 It is your responsibility to transfer all answers from the test 2 There are 50 questions in this testCheck your paper book to the Scantron sheet within the 2 12 hour test carefully period 3 There is only one fully correct answer for each question6 When finished please stay seated and raise your hand Part marks may be awarded Answer all questions We do not subtract wrong from right 7 We will collect both your test book and your Scantron sheetWarning The Scantron marking program has a cheating analysis feature that compares answer patterns for all papers It alerts us to similaritiesWe then check seating arrangementsDo not sit near your study partners or write the same test codesKeep your work directly in front of you Please help us avoid any and all misunderstandings during these testsComments Please defend your arguments on this page onlyComments will not be accepted after the test
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