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The final exam goes live at midnight, so I wanted to pass along some information to you.
1) You can access the exam at any time between when the exam goes live and when it is due. The exam is due by 11:59pm on Friday night. That means that the latest you can begin the exam and receive the full 2 hours is 9:59pm on Friday.
2) As per the instructions, you will only have 2 hours to finish the exam. Once you begin it, you have to complete it. Therefore, DO NOT start the exam if you will not have 2 uninterupted hours to complete it. The exam will automatically submit after 2 hours.
3) The exam is open book; however, I highly caution against spending very much time looking things up for the multiple choice and short answer portions of the exam. The open book aspect WILL be very useful for the essay portion, though, as I am expecting textual evidence.
4) The breakdown of the test is as follows: 20 multiple choice/matching/select all that apply, 5 short answer, 1 essay question.
5) You can freely move back and forth in the exam, but only one question will display at a time.
I really see 2 best options for how to approach the exam:
1) If you’re fairly confident in your ideas around the course and can write relatively quickly, I think you can safely approach the exam in sequential order. Ideally you’d spend roughly 1 minute per question on the first section, 2 minutes per question on the second section, and that would leave you 1.5hrs to compose the essay.
2) If you’re worried about your writing, you can also skip ahead and start with the essay. The essay question is worth a little bit more than the rest of the first 2 sections combined, so it is essential you complete it. Spend 1.5 hrs (or more if need be) on the essay, and then go back and answer the other questions until you finish or time runs out.