Final Exams – All classes

Be sure you are studying for your final Exam.
Double blocks are scheduled as follows:
Thursday, June 13 – 1.4 (8:40am – 11:35am) & 1.2 (12:20pm – 3:03pm)
Friday, June 14 – 2.4 (8:40am – 11:35am) & 2.2 (12:20pm – 3:03pm)
Monday, June 17 – 1.3 (8:40am – 11:35am) & 1.1 (12:20pm – 3:03pm)
Tuesday, June 18 – 2.3 (8:40am – 11:35am) & 2.1 (12:20pm – 3:03pm)
This will be our final exam schedule. Please bring other reading or school work with you, in case you finish the exam early. There will be no early dismissals from the exam session.
Please do not miss the final exam, as attendance is mandatory. 
Should any student miss the exam for a legitimate reason, please have parent call  and speak to Ms. Martin (604-713-8938) prior to the exam, and send a note with the student when they return to school, regarding the absence. Make-up exams are scheduled outside of school hours, and are not multiple choice exams.

Biology 12 all 30 May 2019

Final Exam – during double block days – 13 – 18 June 2019. Included topics will be the 6 systems (digestive, circulatory, respiratory, excretory, nervous, reproductive), as well as safety and scientific method.

Science 9 2-2 Martin 30 May 2019

Final Exam – during the double block days (13-18 June) – will be on all electricity and chemistry concepts, as well as safety and scientific method.

You are permitted a double-sided 8.5″ X 11″ notes page, which must be hand-written by you (no photocopying, printing and pasting, copying another’s, etc). The notes page must be handed in with the exam paper.

Biology 11 all 28 May 2019

Prepare for the rat dissection lab by reading the handout and being familiar with mammal anatomy (using the textbook). Be sure you have handed in the recent assignments (labs, concept mastery questions from text, vertebrate worksheet, etc). See previous posts for details.

Final Exam – during the double block days (13-18 June) – will be on all the animals: Porifera to Chordata, chapters 26 – 33, including early development of animals (germ layers, blastula, gastrula, etc).

You are permitted a double-sided 8.5″ X 11″ notes page, which must be hand-written by you (no photocopying, printing and pasting, copying another’s, etc). The notes page must be handed in with the exam paper.