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As a student you may experience a range of issues that can cause barriers to learning, such as strained relationships, increased anxiety, alcohol/drug problems, feeling down, difficulty concentrating and/or lack of motivation. These mental health concerns or stressful events may lead to diminished academic performance or reduce a student's ability to participate in daily activities. Amarillo College offers services to assist you with addressing these and other concerns you may be experiencing. If you or someone you know are suffering from any of the aforementioned conditions, you can learn more about the broad range of confidential mental health services available on campus by calling the AC Counseling Center at 806-371-5900. The AC Counseling Center website is https://www.actx.edu/counseling/ . Also, if you are in need of social services (affordable housing, utilities, transportation, food, clothing, childcare, medical/dental/vision, legal), please call the AC Advocacy & Resource Center at 806-371-5439. The AC Advocacy & Resource Center website is https://www.actx.edu/arc
The Tutoring for Success policy applies to any student whose grade or performance in the course falls below a departmentally determined minimum threshold. In either of those cases, the instructor will direct the student to the appropriate tutoring service, which may be faculty-led, discipline-specific, and/or general. Under this policy, the instructor will follow specific departmental guidelines governing the use, duration, and grade component of the tutoring need.
Students who do not attend class on or prior to the census date will be administratively dropped. Effective Fall, 2016
Students who wish to withdraw from a course must complete all steps indicated on the Academic Withdrawal Request form by the course withdrawal deadline.
NOTE: Students who are attending Texas institutions of higher education, for the first time fall 2007 and later, may not withdraw from more than six courses during their academic career. This withdrawal limitation does not include dual credit or developmental classes (Senate Bill 1231 Rule 4.10.) For more information on Drop and Withdrawal Policies, please visit the Registrar's Office Web site.
RADT-1246-001 Technical Procedures II
Continued skill development in therapeutic practices relating to the field of radiation therapy, with emphasis on intermediate patient set-up treatment techniques and an introduction to simulation procedures.
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Notice to Students enrolled in an educational program for preparation of issuance of certain occupational licenses:
Students enrolled in an educational program in preparation for obtaining certain occupational licenses are potentially ineligible for such license if the student has been convicted of an offense. For further information, please contact:
You can also contact the Legal Clinic, or the faculty member in charge of the educational program that you seek to enroll in. The further information you will receive will include notification to you of your right to request a criminal history evaluation letter from the licensing authority in order to clarify your particular situation.
(2 sem hrs; 1 lec, 3 lab)
Principles and Practices of Radiation Therapy (most recent edition.) Leaver and Washington;
Radiation Therapy Study Guide and Exam Review-Levy (starting with 2nd semester of lab)
NOTE: ALL TIMES FOR ALL CLASSES AND CLASS ACTIVITIES (including exams!) DESCRIBED ARE CENTRAL STANDARD TIME! PLEASE NOTE YOUR TIME IN RELATION TO CENTRAL STANDARD TIME.
dosimeter badge, writing instruments, sharpie marker, centimeter ruler. Computer technology as described in program application materials
A series of lecture/lab courses that will include basic, intermediate and advanced equipment use, patient set ups, treatment and simulation techniques.
To give the radiotherapy student entry level technical skills directly relating to the clinical environment. The student will have the opportunity to explore simulation and treatment principles using life-like phantoms. The student will also experience techniques in equipment operations and discussions on treatment principles and their variations.
After studying the material presented in these courses, the student will be able to do the following with a minimum 80% academic accuracy and 100% clinical accuracy as evaluated by the faculty in the program:
1. Operate all therapy treatment equipment according to operators manual.
2. Warm-up treatment machines and record/perform all safety, QA checks as required.
3. Record/identify all measurements and information necessary in treatment chart and plan.
4. Reproduce patient set-ups/simulations as required by treatment plan for a wide variety of treatment sites and techniques.
5. Set appropriate controls in console and activate treatment according to plan.
6. Document/ verify accuracy of field alignment.
7. Recognize treatment failures/faults and take appropriate actions to rectify.
8. Acquire a basic knowledge of dosimetry calculation principles and other treatment planning data.
9. Acquire simulation skills for a wide variety of treatment sites and techniques
10. Demonstrate understanding of the function of equipment and accessories
In order to receive your AC Connect Email, you must log in through AC Connect at https://acconnect.actx.edu .
If you are an active staff or faculty member according to Human Resources, use "Exchange". All other students, use "AC Connect (Google) Email".
Class Policies: note-these policies do not apply to any non RADT course, including the sectional anatomy course in the Spring semester first year, which is taught through the radiography program, not the radiation therapy department.
If you have any questions about what constitutes your own work or cheating or unfair advantage, ask the instructor. Note: Radiation Therapy courses utilize “SafeAssign” plagiarism detection tools.. Plagiarism is considered as cheating.
Mandatory proctoring of exams/Quizzes: All major section exams and regular quizzes will be given online and these graded activities must be proctored (typically by utilizing Respondus Lockdown Browser and Respondus Monitor security software, as will be described within teh course itself). Therefore, students will be required to either 1) use webcam software that records them while taking exams, 2) or other approved testing site (not applicable for typical situations). For either of these options, students will be required to show official picture identification prior to the start of the exam/quiz. Note: Final Exams MUST be taken at an approved testing site, NOT via webcam on a personal computer (exception: Final “Exit Exams” at the end of the program will be in-person in class only, over a two day period).
Once a student logs into an exam on AC Online, the timer for that exam begins and continues until the maximum allowable time for that exam has expired, regardless of whether the student is online or off-line! As a result, students are strongly advised not to log off and on during an exam.
Following the mid-semester break (Fall and Spring semesters only) the student will schedule their Final Exams. All Final Exams must be completed by the end of the day on the Wednesday of Final Exams week (note: Summer semester has only a Final Exams day). Final Exams will be scheduled by the student and must be approved by the instructor before confirmation of exam time/date/place. Final Exams may NOT be scheduled prior to Final Exams week. Exception, Final Exam for Labs may take place during the week before final exams (as is customary with “lab practicals”). Local/Area students may take their final exams on campus at the West Campus testing center.
*Unless there is documentation of an extraordinary circumstance (e.g. extreme illness /hospitalization etc. Matters of scheduling convenience, in particular, will never be considered as an exception.
Exam conduct requirement
Consequence for violation of exam conduct
Valid photo ID shown
A zero will be given for the exam until student identity is confirmed by a valid photo ID (not required Spring 2016).
Correct placement of webcam
A 30 percentage point penalty will be given for incorrect webcam placement. See the instructional video in the course website for a demonstration of correct webcam placement.
Complete environment scan
A 30 percentage point penalty will be given for an incomplete or insufficient scan of the testing environment. See the instructional video in the course website for a demonstration of how to completely scan your testing environment.
Microphone turned on and recording
A 30 percentage point penalty will be given for an exam taken without the microphone being turned on and recording throughout the entire exam.
Sufficient lighting of the testing environment
A 30 percentage point penalty will be given for an exam taken without enough lighting for the instructor to assess the testing environment.
Student remains in webcam view during exam
A student who leaves the webcam view during an exam for any reason will receive a zero for that exam. Take care of any restroom or other business ahead of time. Ensure that you will not be interrupted for the duration of the exam. Exams can last as long as two hours (typically a little over an hour).
No unauthorized materials near desk area
A student who has any unauthorized materials (books, notes, blank paper, phone, another computer, etc.) near the testing area will receive a zero for that exam.
No talking with others during the exam or playing of music or other audio recordings.
A student who has any music or audio recordings playing during exams, or who talks with anyone for any reason during the exam, will receive a zero for that exam.
The exam is taken in an approved proctored environment
Any exam taken without either the webcam software or in the Amarillo College Science Testing Center will receive a zero.
Consequences for violating the above requirements will be suspended on the syllabus quiz (if applicable), so that instructors can educate students about proper testing behavior. AND/OR students will be given a “mock quiz” that will be used as a “practice session” to ensure that all testing requirements are met prior to actual testing begins (during the first semester of online course delivery only) This practice quiz twill help identify unintentional or honest mistakes and feedback will be given to any student where potential violations are identified.
Any student who thinks that a penalty was misapplied can request that the penalty be reviewed according to the grievance procedure listed below.
Also See Attendance policy.
Also see Amarillo College students rights and responsibility document. Link to that document is found elsewhere in this syllabus.
Also see the student grievance procedure found in the Student Handbook that was handed out at the beginning of the program (during the first practicum/clinical course, and is available in all PRacitcum online courses).
Inappropriate behavior that is disruptive to the learning experience for the class will not be tolerated.
The instructor will make arrangements via online course email to have at least one “one-to-one” live conversation (phone or in-course live“Chat”) during the semester
The purpose of the contact is to check with the student to see how they are doing and address any questions or concerns on the part of either the student or the faculty. Of course, aside from this scheduled communication, the student can feel free to contact the instructor at any time the student has any questions or concerns. The instructor will send an email via the online course email tool to each student within the first three weeks of the course to set up the telephone visit, which will typically take place close to mid-term (about 8 weeks into the course, 6 weeks into a summer course). Note: Fall and Spring semesters are 16 weeks of classwork (with a week break halfway through), summer term is 12 straight weeks.
EMAIL: For questions related to this particular class, please use the online course email. For any other email contact (program in general or clinical questions or any other concern/question that needs more immediate attention), please contact me via my office email (which I typically check multiple times each day) at: firstname.lastname@example.org Please make sure that the subject heading includes “RTT” and something specific about your inquiry.
The instructor will be in communication (email, discussion boards, phone, exam review forums, facebook. etc.) with all students during the semester.
see Amarillo College students rights and responsibility document
Radiation Therapy courses
Each student will be required to prepare written assignments for credit in various courses, and take written examinations typically as a routine part of each course. As such, students should be fully aware of the instructor's policies relative to the ethics regarding copying the work of others and any unethical act that may occur during a quiz or examination or other assignment.
PLAGIARISM is the theft of another person's work or thinking. Words, as well as ideas, or intellectual property and can be stolen from another person as easily as money or some other item. As such, plagiarism can be a violation of the law, and is certainly a violation of ethics. Even in those cases where the law may not be violated, plagiarism is unethical and does the wrong thing to do and can carry severe consequences for the perpetrator.
In a college credit course, it is considered plagiarism to copy the work of another student, even with the permission of that student, since the copied work violates course ethics. Under the circumstances associated with a course assignment for credit, a student would also need the permission of the course instructor before it is considered ethical to copy the work of a peer. Obviously, that permission is not likely to be given, for it totally defeats the purpose of the assignment, which is to measure or demonstrate the knowledge and ability of the student -- not the ability of someone else. Stated another way, and these courses, a student WILL NOT COPY ANOTHER STUDENTS WORK on any assignment for credit!
Likewise, unethical conduct during a quiz or examination is also the wrong thing to do. For a student pursuing a career in a health occupation, test dishonesty can be seen as a reliable predictor of unacceptable job performance following graduation. This instructor takes the position that the dishonest student is probably also unethical in other ways and is a threat to the safety of any patient who comes in contact with that student. Employers likely take a similar position. The healthcare industry cannot tolerate such conduct.
At Amarillo college, there are grave academic penalties for any unethical conduct on the part of any student. The policy and penalty for such conduct is provided in the General Catalog as follows:
"A high standard of conduct is expected of all students. It is assumed that obedience to the law, respect for properly constituted authority, personal honor, integrity and common sense will guide the actions of each member of the college community both in and out of the classroom. Any student who fails to perform according to expected standards may be disciplined."
It should be concluded from this statement that unethical course conduct is absolutely prohibited by Amarillo College policy. To be more specific, in radiation therapy courses, plagiarism, dishonesty, or any other unethical course conduct, is reason for a final course grade of "F" regardless of other grades earned in the course.
This ethics policy is STRICTLY enforced, with ZERO tolerance, for ALL RADT courses! A student should not risk his or her final grade in his course, and any future enrollment privileges at Amarillo College, as the result of an unethical act related to a course assignment or examination. If in doubt about a particular assignment or testing practice, contact the course instructor FIRST!
Regular homework, quizzes and other Activities, as well as exams will be given during the semester. Grading will be on a total point basis.
Homework/quizzes=1-25 points, generally based on the number of questions/nature of the assignment .Most commonly 10 points for quizzes, 5-10 points for most learning activities.
Exams=100 points per exam unless otherwise stated in the lecture material or other communications (regardless of the number of questions). Exams typically range from 80-130 questions (much shorter for weekly Lab course grades). Courses typically have 6-7 exams (4 in Ethics & Law class, and weekly exams in labs) THE LOWEST REGULAR EXAM GRADE EACH SEMESTER for each course WILL BE DROPPED (to account for possible technology issues). The dropped exam grade will not be figured-in until the end of the semester.
Final exam=400 points Final exams are always comprehensive.
Note: Final Exams are to be taken at a 3rd party proctored site (e.g. Sylvan learning center, etc.) that is pre-approved (at least 4 weeks in advance) by the instructor. *Unless there is documentation of an extraordinary circumstance (e.g. extreme illness /hospitalization etc. Matters of scheduling convenience, in particular, will never be considered as an exception.
NOTE-THE STUDENT MUST PASS AT LEAST TWO REGULAR EXAMS IN ORDER TO BE ELIGIBLE TO TAKE THE FINAL (5 in the case of labs). IF THE STUDENT DOES NOT PASS AT LEAST TWO TESTS, THE STUDENT WILL NOT TAKE THE FINAL AND WILL AUTOMATICALLY RECEIVE AN “F” FOR THE COURSE.
STUDENTS MUST SCORE AT LEAST A 72% ON THE FINAL EXAM IN ORDER TO PASS THE COURSE. SCORES BELOW 72% ON THE FINAL EXAM WILL RESULT IN FAILING THE COURSE NO MATTER WHAT THE COURSE AVERAGE IS FOR THE OTHER GRADED ACTIVITIES DURING THE SEMESTER. Note" a 72% only allows you to keep the grade earned during the rest of the semester! IF the student scores a 72%, they must still have an overall average that is at least 83% in order to pass the course!
All points earned during the semester will be added together and divided into the total amount of points possible to determine a percentage grade. This includes grades from labs and any outside assignments.
A=93-100% B=88-92% C=83-87% F=below 83% (the is no rounding up)
This may be different than what is described in the syllabus podcast, but the above is correct, and there is a document explaining the rationale for the grading scale in the Content area of the class (this is the grading scale used for all academic RADT classes, including other classes you have already taken)
A "D" is not possible in this course
Example of grades:
A student has the following grades:
major exams (out of 100 points): 100,90,80,100,90,80
final exam: 90
didactic quizzes: 15/20, 14/15,9/10
lab quizzes: 10/10,9/10,18/20
grade would be calculated as follows:
975(pts earned) / 1095 (total pts available)= .890=89.0% ="B"
(Note: to convert a decimal into a percent, multiply it by 100)
Note-the online course will record and track your grades. The student is expected to check their grades regularly. If there is any discrepancy between the grade you receive and the grade you expect to see, please contact the instructor.
Students that have a failing grade early in the semester can contact the instructor for a consultation if they wish. Any student with a failing grade at any point after mid-semester can expect to be contacted by the instructor.
Any time a student does not pass a regular exam (worth 100 or more points), the student will be required to meet with the instructor for grade discussion. Students will have the opportunity to review all exams with the instructor. Repeat exams will be scheduled. Any exam not passed must be repeated prior to the next exam for that course. The repeat exam must receive a grade of at least 90% (85% if there is any substantial mathematics in the exam—as described to the student during the consultation). Student must show all work on any mathematics or the question will be counted as incorrect). Failure to receive the required grade on the repeat exam will result in a 5% course grade reduction for each occurrence. Failure to take the repeat exam prior to the next regular exam (or Final Exam, in the case of the last regular exam of the semester) will result in a 10% course grade reduction
While some online courses are completely self-paced (asynchronous), this course has numerous and regular deadlines, including specific exam times as well as activities (including group activities) with specific due dates.
Class “lectures” will typically be in the form of audio podcasts (lab courses also include video demonstrations). RADT classes also typically include some vodcast (video podcast) and/or audio podcast tutorials and orientations, but not all classes utilize podcasts for regular lecture content (combined with Study Guide).
Activities that follow-up on the lectures are placed in the “Lessons” tab of this online course. Podcast assignments (dates to complete listening to each assigned podcast) is found in the Course Calendar. The student MUST have the class Study Guide* prior to listening to podcasts, as the Study Guide serves as a fill-in workbook for the podcasts.When listening to a lecture podcast, you MUST have a printout of the course Study Guide with you, as you will be “filling in the blanks” of the Study Guide while listening to the lectures.
*Study Guide is the downloadable workbook required for many online classes. Study Guides are required for Intro, Oncology I, Onciology II, Dosimetry I, Dosimetry II, QA, and there are also Study Guides embedded in each section for labs. Study Guide workbooks are NOT used in Ethics & Law, Technology Research (the last academic class in the curriculum), or any Practicum (clinical) courses...although clinical courses do require a number of documents to be downloaded and printed.
When, for example, Intro class was face-to-face, class times were Tuesdays and Thursdays, 2.5 hours each. Students should plan on spending approximately 2.5 hours each on most Tuesdays AND Thursdays* listening to lectures. Students will also spend time apart from audio lectures with graded activities within the course. This time does not include studying for quizzes/exams. Quizzes (or graded crossword puzzles or other graded activities related to the lectures) will occur on Tuesdays and Thursdays*. For example: if a student is assigned to listen to a series of audio podcast lectures on a Tuesday, then can expect to take a quiz (and/or a graded crossword puzzle) the following “class period”—on Thursday (by end of day) ,and so on. Quizzes or other graded activities will ONLY cover the content of the previous “days” audio lectures (e.g. a Thursday quiz will only cover the content of the Podcasts that were assigned for the previous Tuesday, and so on). Quizzes will not cover tables or content from the textbook or graphics/illustrations from the Study Guide unless specified otherwise in the lecture (course calendar describes expected exam and quiz due dates, but not due dates for other learning activities)
*Tuesdays/Thursdays for any semester where the student is in clinic only 2 days/week...These days will revert to Mondays and Fridays for any semester where the student is in clinic for 3 or more days/week. Note: Ethics & Law and the QA in Radiation Therapy class only met once/week for 3 hours and did not have regular quizzes, only major exams and graded learning activities. Likewise, Ethics & Law and the QA class online will only have exams and other graded Activities, but not regular quizzes.
Exams for non-lab academic classes will be on Wednesdays for semesters where there are only two days/week in clinic. MONDAYS for semesters where there are 3 or more days/week of clinic (exam window: 11:00AM-11:59PM Central Standard Time!). See lab course calendar or receive direction from lab instructor regarding days for weekly lab exams (Labs will have exams once/week during the semester, for most every week of the semester).
Most of the day will be made available for taking the exam ,as described above. The Course Calendar will outline the specific dates for the exams. More information about what to expect for the final exams will be given in the podcast lectures and through other communications. Be sure to check your online class email and the class home page on a daily basis, Monday-Friday, for updates and important information. Important updates are also frequently posted on the class social media page (facebook).
Prior to each exam (not including labs), there will be a Discussion Board where students can ask questions prior to taking the exam. The discussion board will close at 9:00AM (CST) on the day of the exam. At that time, the instructor will enter the discussion and begin to address questions so the student can have access to better understand the material before taking the exam. It is expected that questions from students will be answered by 10:00AM CST. So if you ask a question before an exam, check in on the discussion thread after 10:00AM on test day. It is recommended that all students check this discussion board prior to starting their exam. Before you ask a question on the discussion thread, check to see if any other student has already asked that question, so as to avoid repetition.
Similarly, a discussion board will open the morning AFTER an exam wherein students can ask questions about test questions (at that time, tests will re-open so you can go back and see the questions. When asking about a test question PLEASE ALWAYS REFER TO THE TEST QUESTION NUMBER AS THE FIRST THING YOU WRITE. Again, before you ask a question, check the other questions on the thread to see if that question has already been asked.
When taking an exam, expect mostly multiple choice questions with some fill in blank, true false questions and even matching. .
Exams will frequently be set so that you will see just one question at a time, and must answer that question BEFORE being allowed to move on to the next question (exception: exams that involve math). Some tests/quizzes will allow you to see all of the questions and answer ion any order by scrolling up and down. IT will be obvious which format is used once you enter the quiz/exam. Expect exams/quizzes not containing math to not allow you to backtrack on questions.
Tests typically allow an AVERAGE of about 30 seconds per question (ex: about 50 minutes total will be allowed for taking a 100 question exam). More time is allotted for exams containing math. There is no time limit per question, just an overall time limit for the exam. Once the exam time allowed has elapsed, if you have not completed the exam, the exam will automatically submit even if you are not finished. Pacing is important in taking exams/quizzes. Even though you have a large window of time to start the exam, once you click in to “begin” the test/quiz your official time allowed for the test/quiz begins.
Make-ups are not possible for quizzes or other non-exam graded activities. If they are submitted late (after the due date) they will be recorded as a grade of 0%. Exams may be made up only under extraordinary circumstances (this is why the lowest exam grade is dropped). If a student has received approval to take a make-up, this will likely result in the exam questions discussion board not opening until AFTER all students have completed the exam. A make-up exam will result in a 20% grade reduction for the exam. Make-up exams will be the exception rather than the rule! Do not expect to be able to take any make-up exams for a class.
Weekly lab exams will be given on assigned days described by the instructor, Mondays or Tuesdays, depending on the semester.
Any quizzes over podcast lectures (and/or crossword puzzles) will be due by 11:59PM Central Time on the day assigned. Quizzes will also be open from 11:00AM-11:59PM CST. Note: quizzes and exams CLOSE and auto-submit at 11:59PM. Do not start an exam at 11:58PM thinking you will have the allotted time to complete the exam.
The information below only relates to lectures (podcasts), activities (quizzes etc.) related to lectures, and exams. Other learning activity assignments are to be found in the Lessons and due dates are described in the course calendar. Quizzes/crossword puzzles ONLY cover content from previous “class day” podcast lecture ,and does not include textbook references or any tables or charts unless otherwise specified. Example: Intro Class: the Tuesday quiz on week 2 is over the podcasts assigned the previous Thursday (podcasts 1-1 through 1-7)
CALENDAR:note: dates/times below are expected. Extenuating circumstances may result in changes. Changes will be communicated to students as soon as they are known)
Week 1 MONDAY MLK HOLIDAY NO LAB
Week 2 Simulation Lab Section 1 Introduction
Week 3 Simulation Lab Section 2 Whole Brain & Aquaplast Fabrication
Week 4 Simulation Lab Section 3 Spine & Extremity
Week 5 Simulation Lab Section 4 Pituitary
Week 6 Simulation Lab Section 5 Larynx & Electron
Week Simulation Lab Section 6 Larynx & Electron Continued
Week 8 Simulation Lab Section 7 Pelvis
Week 9 SPRING BREAK NO CLASSES
Week 10 Simulation Lab Section 8 Lung & Mantle
Week 11 Simulation Lab Section 9 Head & Neck
Week 12 Simulation Lab Section 10 Head & Neck Continued
Week 13 Simulation Lab Section 11 Breast
Week 14 Simulation Lab Section 12 Breast
Week 15 Simulation Lab Section 13 Cranio Spinal Axis Treatment & Simulation
Week 16 Simulation Lab Course Complete
FINAL EXAM WEEK
Be sure to have a quiet and secluded space for listening to podcasts (and taking notes using the Study Guide while listening). Exam materials come from lecture/Study Guide content (and text sources that are described in lecture) unless otherwise stated (e.g. a learning activity that describes that it may be a source of exam questions).
NOTE:Audio podcast length can vary significantly from just a minute or tow (rare) to nearly an hour—though podcasts average about 15 minutes in length. LONGER PODCASTS WILL PROMPT YOU TO DOWNLOAD THE PODCAST RATHER THAN LISTEN DIRECTLY FROM THE WEB SITE..
Library resources are available online and can be found on the top menu in any class.as well as athttp://www.actx.edu/library/index.php You’ll need your college ID# and login (this same you use to register each semester)
IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTES for any local demonstrations of lab procedures:
IMPORTANT NOTE: IF AN RADT CLASS IS REPEATED FOR ANY REASON, THE STUDENT REPEATING THE CLASS WILL TAKE ALL QUIZZES AND SECTION EXAMS (but no homework or other assignments), AND THE FINAL EXAM. THE ONLY GRADE THAT WILL COUNT TOWARDS THE OVERALL REPEAT COURSE GRADE IS THE GRADE EARNED ON THE FINAL EXAM! AGAIN, WHILE THE STUDENT WILL TAKE QUIZZES AND SECTION EXAMS, AS THOSE WILL HELP PREPARE THE STUDENT FOR THE FINAL EXAM, THE ONLY GRADE THAT WILL COUNT TOWARDS TEH OVERALL GRADE IS THE FINAL EXAM GRADE!
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