UCSD BILD 1: The Cell Melinda T. Owens, Instructor Updated 12-20-21 BILD 1: The Cell Biologist Journal #16 Instructions There are no right or wrong

UCSD BILD 1: The Cell
Melinda T. Owens, Instructor

Updated 12-20-21

BILD 1: The Cell
Biologist Journal #16

Instructions

There are no right or wrong answers!

Thinking about the Final Exam…

This is undoubtedly a busy time of the quarter for you, with a lot of projects due and exams
coming soon. This journal is a chance to reflect on what you still need to do for BILD 1 and
come up with a plan to get it done.

A) Please review the Final Exam study guide and all the previous Midterm study guides.
Remember that the exam is cumulative and will be the address all the learning objectives we
have not yet covered on any exam. (To see which learning objectives were covered by previous
exams, you can look at the answer key for each Midterm.)

B) Write a note of at least 200 words to help you make a plan for your studying. It should
address the following prompts:

1. In what areas do I have the most confusions?

2. Taking into account strategies that have worked well for me previously in this course and my
other commitments, what is my plan for actively getting my questions answered and my
confusions clarified?

This exercise is intended to help you be metacognitive, which in part means to reflect on what
you do and don’t understand and to create a plan with that in mind.

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