finals

  1. are final exams comprehensive at everyone's school? just curious. i'm soo sick of studying, i wonder if its too late to get my money back?:chuckle
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  3. by   mrdoc2005
    Quote from jbro
    are final exams comprehensive at everyone's school? just curious. i'm soo sick of studying, i wonder if its too late to get my money back?:chuckle
    all are comprehensive at my school
  4. by   NCgirl
    Finals are not cumulative, they are simply the last test of the semester for that class. We do have boards once a semester, and they alternate between oral and written. They serve the purpose of pulling all classes and concepts together.
  5. by   CRNA, DNSc
    If you are all the way to the final, the answer is a clear NO!!!!!!
  6. by   nilepoc
    The attitude at my program, is that if you have seen it, it is fair game. they have been known to pull out questions from the first anesthesia exams and put them on a current one (one year later). Additionally, our last semester is a cummulative nightmare, to prepare us for the boards.

    Currently there is a 100% pass rate.

    Personally I believe it is that way, because anyone thought to not be able to pass boards, is urged to find another path.
  7. by   CHATSDALE
    Ten Years From Now You Won T Remember How Stressed Out You Are Now..........because U Will Be Soooo Stressed Out About Something Else This Is Life Ain't It Fun
  8. by   Athlein1
    Some of our exams are cumulative, most are not, mercifully.
    However, we do have mega-cumulative exams at the end of the didactic portion. No pass, no graduate. That'll make you sweat...
  9. by   tcrn
    Are ALL the classes generally comprehensive or just selected one as a rule.
  10. by   jbro
    all of ours at tcu are comprehensive, and i think twu's are as well
  11. by   colleen10
    Sorry, wrong forum. Message deleted.

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