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202 exam 1 review f08

202 exam 1 review f08 - Exam 1 review Structure You will...

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Exam 1 review
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Structure You will need an 8.5” by 11” scantron I need in both written form AND bubbled in your name, student #, class and section #, and test form # There will be three different versions of the test, color-coded 100 questions About half the questions will be True/False (T/F), about half multiple choice On T/F questions for True mark A, for False mark B Questions are drawn fairly equally from Chapters 1-4 More questions are drawn from the ppts and lecture than from the Textbook, but a significant number of questions do come from the text (perhaps 25)
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Basic stuff Be familiar with the basics The basic regional structure of the world--such as the major regions in Fig 1.15 (you need to have a clear picture in your mind of where, for example, Sub-Saharan Africa is, or South Asia) Be able to visualize the maps referenced in the ppts since questions often are drawn from them. Maps are central to geography and a visual memory is therefore critical Be clear on the meaning of words. I’m not in the exam to explain words you are unclear about--you should have a decent vocabulary by now and I don’t go beyond that in the book. If you are unsure about a word used in the book (or the ppts) look it up or ask in class--not in the exam
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Specific areas that you should focus on When I make up questions I have the following issues in mind
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