POLS 210

Exam 4 Rule

 

The exam period last for four days. The test opens at 8am on the day of the exam and ends when the lab closes on Friday. The test opens at 8am on the day of the exam and ends when the labs close on Wednesday. Make sure to find out when the labs close by visiting the following: http://bsu.edu/labs. Bring your ID when you take the exam. There will be no class during the exam period. You will also receive 2 extra points, if you take the test on the first day.           

 

Testing time: 60 minutes.

 

IMPORTANT: If you encounter any problems in the labs, you must notify a lab assistant immediately. You must also e-mail me immediately.

 

You will not be allowed to bring any notes to the lab. You will be allowed to take pens/pencils. You will not be allowed to bring any electronic device including calculators into the testing area. 

 

Please ask a lab assistant for scrap paper. You are allowed to use one blank paper at a time. You must return the first one in order to get the second one, etc. Make sure to return all of your scrap paper to a lab assistant before you leave the testing area.

 

 

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For a successful testing experience, follow these tips:

·        For testing lab locations, times, and seat availability, please visit: www.bsu.edu/labs/seats

·        Receive

Be in the know for finals! Follow these tips for successful testing:
. For testing lab locations, times, and seat availability CLICK HERE
. Receive live lab status updates on Twitter: www.twitter.com/BSUTESTINGLABS
. Make it to your lab before the cut-off time to ensure you have a seat.
. Know when your tests close and allow sufficient time to check in.
. Please keep in mind that materials (cell phones, notes, books, calculators, etc.) are not allowed while taking a test.
REMINDER: Due to high demand during finals, Robert Bell Lab 134 and Student Center Lab 118 will be unavailable for printing and general use beginning Monday, April 25 and continuing through Friday, May 6. During this time, you may visit Bracken Library for your general computing needs. To find computer locations and availability in Bracken Library, use the Computer Availability System.
Additional information regarding our labs can be found at www.bsu.edu/labs.

live lab status updates on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/BSUTESTINGLABS

·        Make it to your lab before closing time to ensure you have a seat.

·        Know when your tests expire and allow sufficient time to check in.

·        Please keep in mind that materials (cell phones, notes, books, calculators, etc.) are not allowed while taking a test.

Additional information regarding our labs can be found at www.bsu.edu/labs.