Your lab grade will
be based on the following:
1. Daily quizzes in the
lab (75% of the final lab grade). Each quiz consists of 15 - 20 questions, which
are based on the work of the previous lab. Each quiz can contain multiple choice
questions, pictures or specimens, given you for identification. Students will
have 15 - 20 minutes to answer all questions. Altogether, there will be 10 quizzes.
There are no
make-ups for missed lab quizzes.
2. Final practicum (25% of the final lab grade). This exam is cumulative and include 40 - 50 practical questions.
All electronic devices (cell phones, etc.) must be turned off and stored off desks and out of sight during all tests and quizzes. If the electronic device is used, goes off, or is visibly observed by the instructor during a testing experience, the student may be given a failing grade, as low as zero. All of these restrictions equally apply to students reviewing exams/quizzes at a later date.
Attendance at all classes is mandatory. Excessive absence will result is a grade penalty. Lateness is not acceptable. Quizzes will be given in the beginning of the class. Students, who are late to the class will have less time to complete the quiz.
Students requesting a late withdrawal (a grade of W) after the last official posted date to withdraw and before the first date of the official final examination period will have a grade of F recorded on their transcripts unless a late withdrawal form is submitted and approved by the professor(s). Students requesting late withdrawals should submit a written statement of special appeal based on extraordinary circumstance with supporting documentation from a physician, employer, attorney, military official, etc. to the appropriate professor(s) for approval or disapproval. Students requesting a late withdrawal from a lab science courses must get the approval and signature of both professors. If the professor(s) approves the late withdrawal, the form must then be sent by the professor(s) to the Registrar (who will forward a copy to the Vice President for Academic Affairs, the department chair, and the student). Please be reminded that the statement of personal reasons for appeal will be treated confidentially. Please note: this form is for one course only; students requesting withdrawal from the college must follow the policies as posted in the current Student Handbook and College Catalog.
BIO 106 Lab Notes
Lab 1 (Endocrine System)
Lab 2 (Blood)
Lab 3 (Anatomy of the Heart)
Lab 4 (Anatomy of Blood Vessels)
Lab 5 ( Special Circulation)
Lab 6 (Anatomy and Physiology of Respiratory System)
Lab 7 & 8 (Digestive System)
Lab 9 (Anatomy of the Urinary System)
Lab 10 (Anatomy of Reproductive System)
List of Histological Slides for Practical Exam
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