Psychology Final Exam
To those who have taken your final exam, we have gotten some really stellar grades so far.
You are almost done! The only task you have left to complete is the Final Exam. The Final Exam consists of 86 questions. It is a mix of multiple choice and constructed response questions. You will have two attempts for the Final Exam. There must be 12 hours between your attempts. You should attempt the exam in school during a scheduled time. Keep in mind that the Final Exam falls under the NCVPS academic integrity policy.
Your exam is made up of both multiple choice questions and constructed response questions. You will have two attempts but that’s it...so it’s worth putting in the extra time to study! The exam must be completed by 11:59 pm on May 20th. The Final Exam is worth 25% of your overall course average.
Your final grade will be calculated the following way:
First Nine Weeks Average (37.5%)
Second Nine Weeks Average (37.5%)
Final Exam (25%)
Exams completed after the deadline will be counted as a zero.
To get some extra practice on our 12 modules, use this flashcard game as a alternative way to practice your knowledge of the terms. Most of these terms will be assessed on your final exam.
Module 7 and 8 includes these six important concepts:
2. Storing Information
3. Retrieving Information
6. Theories of Intelligence
CONTACT MR. WATSON
Office Hours: M, W, TH: 7:00-9:00
Text or call anytime between 9 a.m. and 9 p.m.
NCVPS Psychology Section 7