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Information on Midterm Exam AP/ECON2300B – Intermediate Microeconomic Theory I (Fall 2015) Instructor: Prof. Xueda Song October 5, 2015 1. (1) The Midterm Exam Part 1 will be held at 2:30pm-3:50pm (80 minutes) on October 15, 2015, Thursday, at LSB-106 (our regular classroom). The exam covers chapters 2, 3, 4 and includes 6 short-answer questions. (2) The Midterm Exam Part 2 will be held at 2:30pm-3:50pm (80 minutes) on October 20, 2015, Tuesday, at LSB-106 (our regular classroom). The exam covers chapters 5, 6, 8 and includes 6 short-answer questions. 2. You must bring a photo ID to the exam. You will be required to sign your name on the class list at the beginning of the exam. You do not need to sign out. 3. Please bring pencil, pen, ruler, eraser, and calculator to the exam. The exam is a closed-book exam. You are not allowed to use anything else in the exam, such as textbook, slides, notes, dictionary, draft paper, or cell phone. Cell phones must be turned off.
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