Principles of Macroeconomics (with Xtra!)

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ECM B06 Midterm Exam Recommendations · 1.5 hours in length · Same style as past midterm exams: 10 Multiple Choice questions (1/3 of exam weight) & 3 or 4 Short-answer questions · Covers chapters 2, 3, 7 & 8 (Four chapters) · Short-answer questions Mix of algebraic and theoretical questions Coverage closest to lecture notes (study them) but you are responsible for all of the recommended readings Read the question and try to ensure that you answer what the question actually asks about and not something else (even if it is correct and especially if it is not) Try not to make questions harder than they were intended to be (i.e. try not make things change/shift that were not supposed to change/shift as this will not only make the question much harder but will also likely make your answer incorrect for the question actually asked) You need not draw diagram(s) unless the question specifically asks for them If a question specifically asks you to explain or to use words then you
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