# This is a discussion on Ohio University RN to BSN - NRSE 4550 –Evidence based practic - page 12

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I am taking NRSE 4550 Spring 2 2013. Who else is in this class?... Read More

- 0Feb 24, '13 by enuf_alreadyQuote from NBanasz1That answer is almost as confusing as some of the test questions. ;-). It seemed like I had 2 questions that were asked twice but maybe it was just me mumbling under my breath! I took the test late and didn't notice any questions worth 10 points so maybe they fixed it. I believe on the syllabus there is some mention of possible extra credit at some point.

The Ta's are saying that they will take out the question that was asked twice. Which means that IF you got a 36/40 which is a 90, it will now go down to a 26/30 which is an 87. The only way it makes your grade go up, is if you got that one 10 point question wrong when you took the test. Then a 26/40 which is a 65 becomes a 26/30 or an 87. does that make sense? Sorry its late, not sure if Im making sense. - 0Feb 25, '13 by enuf_alreadyQuote from NBanasz1Never mind what I just said about the 10 point question being gone. It's still there. Numbers confuse me ;-).

The Ta's are saying that they will take out the question that was asked twice. Which means that IF you got a 36/40 which is a 90, it will now go down to a 26/30 which is an 87. The only way it makes your grade go up, is if you got that one 10 point question wrong when you took the test. Then a 26/40 which is a 65 becomes a 26/30 or an 87. does that make sense? Sorry its late, not sure if Im making sense. - 0Feb 25, '13 by ckr1956Quote from NBanasz1It makes perfect sense, unfortunately, it makes my grade even worse than it was to start. I'm doomedThe Ta's are saying that they will take out the question that was asked twice. Which means that IF you got a 36/40 which is a 90, it will now go down to a 26/30 which is an 87. The only way it makes your grade go up, is if you got that one 10 point question wrong when you took the test. Then a 26/40 which is a 65 becomes a 26/30 or an 87. does that make sense? Sorry its late, not sure if Im making sense.
- 1Feb 25, '13 by iwantmoreI just got an announcement that there was an error on one of the quiz questions regarding refereed journals- so everyone will get an additional pointKOUStudent likes this.