- Bring at least two No. 2 pencils and erasers.
- Bring a watch so you can keep track of the time. But please don't set the alarm to sound during the exam.
- Bring a Scantron sheet (the big ones). To save time, fill in your name and identification number on the Scantron prior to class.
- No cell phones or other electronic devices may be used during an exam. All phones must be set to vibrate and turned off. Cell phones and other electronic devices must be KEPT IN YOUR POCKET, PURSE OR BACKPACK. Any cell phone or electronic device visible during an exam will be confiscated along with the student's exam. You may discuss the return of your phone with our school's director and your exam grade with Academic Affairs.
- If you are wearing a hat, please turn it so that the brim does not cover your eyes.
- Sit one seat apart in each row until that option is no longer available. THEN fill in the first row. THEN fill in the second row. This rule will be enforced.
- Put away all materials before the exam begins. No notes should be visible to anyone.
- No dictionaries or language translators - electronic or otherwise - may be used during the exam.
- Once the exam has been distributed to the class, you may not leave the classroom for any reason prior to turning in your exam. This means no restroom visits during the exam. This means not leaving to get water or to blow your nose.
- You are responsible for shielding your exam from the wandering eyes of your neighbors. Please turn over your Scantron sheet after completing that portion of the exam.
- If you must seek divine guidance during the exam, please pray up or down, but not side to side. In other words, keep your eyes on your own paper and not your neighbor's. (Reminder: You're not invisible. I can see what you're doing!)
- Please be considerate of your classmates by not tapping your pencil, humming, gnashing your teeth, wailing, etc.
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