Paper , Order, or Assignment Requirements
You are to take this test during the week of August 10. You may not confer with other class members, or anyone else, directly or by e-mail or otherwise, regarding the questions, issues, or your answers. You may use your notes, textbooks, other published materials, the LEO site for this class, and Internet sources, keeping in mind your responsibility to give proper attribution to sources of material you use in your responses.
The test is worth 25% of your grade for the course. It is scored on the basis of 100 points for the test.
For the short answer section, bear in mind that a clear concise response that directly answers the question asked is always preferable to providing large volumes of potentially relevant information in the hope that the “right” answer will somehow be included.
When composing your answers to the essay questions, be thorough. Do not simply examine one alternative if two or more alternatives exist. The more complete your answer, the higher your score will be. Be sure to identify any assumptions you are making in developing your answers, and describe how your answer would change if the assumptions were different.
While composing your answers to the essay questions, be very careful to cite your sources. It is easy to get careless and forget to footnote a source. Remember, failure to cite sources constitutes an academic integrity violation. Use APA style for citations and references.