Category: exams

Final Exam Blues: Phil 105 Final Push and Reflection!

To be able to cross this semester’s finish line, I had to take a final exam for Phil 105 spanning three hours. It encompassed all the material we were taught over the semester. Preparing for this final online class exam

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Organization: A Possible Feat for Even the Worst of Procrastinators

Hello all. It’s been a while, but that’s because I’m a horrible procrastinator that lets work pile up to roughly the size of a hobbit. For those of you who are not familiar with the lovely world of Tolkien, get

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A Nice, Relaxing Finals Week (Really)

Well friends, finals week has arrived. And although we are all ready for summer breezes and ice cold lemonade, that fantasy must be put on hold for a bigger reality. This is the week all your previously stored knowledge is

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The Curse of the First Test (or Any Test): Assessing My Performance and New Strategies

By Simdi Onwuteaka After coming back from dinner, I sit at my desk and decide to start working on my homework. I start with my online class: BUSI 106 and see what I need to do for homework for that day.

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Naughty or Nice: Three Reasons Not to Cheat in Your Online Classes

By Olivia Juarez The unsupervised nature of online classes makes cheating on the closed book quizzes and tests you take online a tempting possibility. I’ve encountered so many students who, upon asking me about my tests online, ask me why

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Gearing Up For Online Midterms: Tips on Pulling the Grade and Keeping Your Sanity

By Olivia Juarez Ah, glorious fall. For most, this time of year means pumpkin spice lattes, cozy sweaters, and basking in the beauty of the fall atmosphere. For college students, it means slamming Red Bulls, crying over textbooks, and watching

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Final Exams Online

By Oren Eades As exams approached, I was nervous. I wasn’t sure what to expect from the final exam of an online course. Would it be very different from the finals of traditional courses? All the classwork was done very

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