Final Exam - Fall 2015

What to expect!

Please read below

The information below should answer most, if not all, of your questions about what to expect for the final exam. Other information about end of semester procedures is also included.

The final exam is worth 20% of your final grade. It can make a huge difference in your grade. Please take the final exam seriously.

When will I take my final exam?

You can take the final exam either on Wednesday, December 2, or on Thursday, December 3. You must complete your final exam by 11:59 p.m. on Thursday, December 3. Which day you take your final exam is your choice. You need 90 minutes to take the final exam.
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Can I start and stop my final exam?

You cannot start and stop your final exam. Once you start the final exam, you must complete the exam in one sitting. There is NO starting and stopping. Again, you must complete your final exam in one sitting.

How should I study for the final exam?

Review your quiz and exam submissions. Feedback is provided for the assessment items you missed. Go through the course content and review concepts with which you struggled.

There are also extra learning resources found in the blue lesson sidebars throughout the course content.

I will be available on Wednesday, November 18 at 4:00 p.m. and Monday, November 30 at 5:00 p.m. I will hold a synchronous office hour to answer your questions and to help you with concepts you are struggling with.

The link to my synchronous office hour can be found under the course information widget on your French course homepage. If you can't make it to my synchronous office hour, please e-mail me your questions.
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  • Tuesday, December 1 is the last day to turn in assignments for a late from the November 19 assignment due date.
  • November 23-27 is the GaVS Thanksgiving Break.
  • There will be no listening assessment items on the final exam.
  • Please do not send me an e-mail asking me what grade you need to get on the final exam in order to get a certain overall course grade. I cannot answer that question because of the weights and other factors in the finalization of course grades. You should try your best on the final exam in order to get the best grade possible.
  • Your French course closes on Friday, December 4 at 11:59 pm, after which point you will not be able to access your grades.
  • Please do not e-mail me asking what your grade is. Per FERPA and GaVS policy I am not allowed to e-mail student grades. You will have to wait until your grades are released to you and your school on December 10 to know your final course grade.

Merci mille fois for a great semester!