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  1. DrFloyd

    DrFloyd New Member

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    I was wondering if someone knew how to get a hold of some old exams? Im starting COMP in August. Are there any internet resources for old Anatomy, Biochem, Histology, etc. exams (i.e. question banks) <img border="0" alt="[Wowie]" title="" src="graemlins/wowie.gif" />
     
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  3. goldsalts

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    Hello & Welcome: As part of a tradition, the second year students pass down old exams to first year students for 1998 and earlier. Any exam after 1998 (1999 and above) is not fair game, and could get you kicked out of COMP. People have them, but ask around only to people you trust. I personally wish they would make all exams available, and have the profs write new questions. Profs are lazy and recycle old questions from 1999 and later (usually). This is a bit unfair to students who are not connected or do not want to cheat. Take care...
     
  4. DrFloyd

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    Thanks for the response "goldsalt". However, let it be known, that my intentions were far from cheating. In undergrad, before most exams, I used to always test myself using old exams. So I see it as fair game. And you are right about it not being fair. It isn't. And that realy blows. Whatever exams I get a hold of, anybody is welcome to it. Thanks again.
     
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    Yosh Livin' in the WINDY CITY
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    You newbies will all be taken care of....I promise...we have a 2nd Year/Big Brother/Sister Pizza party...and it will all be done. Usually in the 1st week of school...

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