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Your username will be in the format of firstname.lastname and your password will be the first initial of your last name and the last four digits of your Colleague ID number. For example, if George Washington were a student with a Colleague ID number of 1234567, his username would be george.washington and his password would be w4567. Please note that if you are a returning student or have a common name, you may have a number following your username. These usernames will follow this format: john.smith2 or jane.erye3. Please try firstname.lastname first; if it is not successful then try firstname.lastname2 or firstname.lastname3.
Students may change their password by clicking "Edit User Profile" on the left side of the screen and choosing "Change Password" at the top of the next screen.
Students should not share their passwords with other students as quizzes and e-mails can be sent with that information. You are responsible for anything submitted using your username and password.
This class page also has a chat room and a discussion board. These two items can be very helpful to you. Those students who use the discussion boards and chat room usually do better than those who do not.
Each exam will contain 50 objective questions of a true/false or multiple-choice nature. All components of the course including video lessons, assigned readings, and study guide materials are important. Test questions will be taken from each course component.
Questions 51-55 on each test are extra credit questions worth 2 points each. This is the only opportunity for extra credit in this course. The student may choose to not attempt the Extra Credit questions; however there is no penalty for an incorrect answer on an Extra Credit question. Each correct answer will be worth 2 points.
In order to take an exam, students must present a current photo TCC ID card, or a printed copy of the student’s current TCC class schedule, plus a photo ID, such as a driver's license. Your name on your photo ID, and schedule must match. There will be no exceptions to these requirements. Students must know their Colleague ID before entering the testing center as they will be required to enter this number on the exam Scantron form. Students can obtain their Colleague ID by logging in to WebAdvisor at http://wa.tccd.edu.
Students must turn off all electronic devices (iPods, cell phones, pagers, etc.) and remove ear phones/headsets before entering the Testing Center. If a student’s cell phone or pager goes off during testing, the exam may be taken away and the student will forfeit the right to complete the exam.
Once testing has started, if a student leaves the testing area, he/she will not be allowed to return and complete the exam or assignment. In the event a grade is challenged, the student must provide a complete set of original receipts and/or assignments showing proof of completion of all required activities.
9 a.m. - 8:45 p.m. (No objective tests given after 8 p.m.; no written tests given after 7 p.m.) All exam materials must be completed and turned in by 8:45 p.m. Students are strongly advised to take their exams early in the day if they wish to avoid waiting in line.
All e-mail will be sent to the student's campus cruiser e-mail account .(It is the student's responsibility to frequently check e-mail sent to that account. Students who fail to check e-mail on a regular basis risk missing important class announcements, instructions, and assignments. There are two ways to check e-mail:
have e-mail forwarded to another email account.
All Internet faculty have committed to reading and responding to e-mail messages at least five days per week, typically within twenty-four hours. Please note, requests for assistance with technical issues should be directed to the Help Desk at email@example.com and not the course instructor.
Any questions you might have can be emailed to me. I will usually check my email in the evenings between 6-9pm. .
Testing dates are set and students are expected to take the tests on the specified dates. Make up exams will given only in the most extreme cases. Please plan your schedule so that you take exams on the scheduled date!