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Exam1 Study guide - BCIS 2610 SPRING 2008 EXAM 1 STUDY...

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BCIS 2610 – SPRING 2008 EXAM 1 STUDY GUIDE Exam Time: During the class period 2:00 – 4:50 PM, Feb 13, 2008 (the exam duration is 45 Min) Exam Location: BUSI 116. REMINDER OF EXAM POLICIES 1. You must present your Student ID card, when turning in the exam. 2. Closed books, closed notes 3. No electronic devices. Cell phones should be switched off. EXAM ADMINISTRATION You will receive a numbered copy of exam questions (the Exam) and TWO scantrons. You need to put your name on both scantrons and on the Exam. Put BCIS 2610.002 as Subject on both scantrons. Mark Test No as 1A on the first scantron, and 1B on the second scantron. Use the first scantron for Part A (computer and technology concepts) and the second scantron for Part B (Power Point). Turn in both scantrons and the Exam. MATERIAL TO BE COVERED ON THE EXAM COMPUTERS AND TECHNOLOGY, CHAPTER 1 How are computers used today. Computer operations (input, processing, output and storage).
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