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Students at Chino high school will have 1st Semester finals and a change in schedule on December 19th and 20th to take the last exam for the semester.  

Teachers will decide what they want the final for their class to be. The final is usually an exam regarding all the lessons that were taught throughout the whole semester. It can also be a final project that usually has to be presented to the class. A couple weeks before finals day, teachers typically let their students know what the final will be and handing out study guides or rubrics if it’s a project. 

Finals days will both be minimum days. There will also be blocked schedule in which students have 3 classes that are two hours each. On Wednesday, students will have periods 1st, 3rd, and 5th. On Thursday students will have periods 2nd, 4th, and 6th. On those two days, classes will end at 12:20 p.m. 

“If I fail my finals then I practically fail my classes because it’s so much points” said Lesly Padilla. The final has a major impact and determines what the final grade a student will receive for the semester. Teacher can make the final as much as over 10% of the grade. 

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