Unit Test Correction Directions (Can only be done during lunch or after school or A period if you don't have a class).

*Note: Don't count on the fact that you will ALWAYS have an opportunity to make test corrections to the Unit Tests in class.  BUT when you do have the opportunity here is what you can do to earn 1/4 pt. back for each question you missed. The purpose is to help you see what you did not know originally. Also remember the tests may NOT be removed from the classroom or lab.

 Label the assignment with the name of the unit test (do not attach the scantron; leave in the folder please). Turn into the homework basket.
1) Write* THAT MEANS HAND WRITTEN* BECAUSE THERE IS A CONNECTION TO THE BRAIN WHEN YOU WRITE MATERIAL BY HAND...
Rewrite the question to include the correct answer (Example: Original question: What is a codon?..... Your handwritten statement: A codon is composed of three nucleotides.)
 

2) Explain why your original answer was wrong Write one to two sentences TELLING ME why your original answer was incorrect.  THIS INVOLVES MORE THAN SAYING " I goofed".  For example:  I said that osmosis was an example of active transport, and instead osmosis uses passive transport because the cell membrane is always permeable to water.

 3) Look up page number and paragraph number where the answer is found in your textbook, homework etc. (it may be in a lab too, if so, page and paragraph number also apply). You can also use a lecture title and  date in your journal.