COSC 3325 Midterm Exam.docx - COSC 3325 Midterm Exam SUMMER 2018 Saturday July 7th Morning 9:00 10:30 AM The test will have 40 multiple-choice questions

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COSC 3325 Midterm Exam SUMMER 2018 Saturday July 7th Morning, 9:00 - 10:30 AM The test will have 40 multiple-choice questions selected randomly from a set of 100 multiple choice questions from Chapters 1-6 and Tech Guides 1 and 2, distributed as follows. Time allowed is 90 MINUTES . Also, you must start within a window of ½ hour of the official starting time and finish the exam within the scheduled 1 ½ hours after your start time; in other words, you will not be able to start the exam after 9:30 AM . You will have the full 90 minutes for the exam after you start it, even if you start it a minute before 9:30 am - the deadline to start. Please take special note of the timed nature of the exam, as my policy for this class may vary from some instructors' whom you may had in other courses. Let me repeat: YOU MUST START THE EXAM WITHIN THE FIRST HALF HOUR OF THE EXAM TIME FRAME GIVEN ABOVE. (Instructors vary drastically on their exam policy and some even have different policies in the different classes they teach, based on the nature of the class, material, and the type of exam given.) Question Distribution Chapter Number of questions in the test bank (with total in the test bank being 100 questions; your individual test will have 40 questions from this set of 100 questions, and will vary from student to student.) 1 13 2 20 3 12 4 14
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5 15 6 12 Tech Guide 1 7 Tech Guide 2 7 Studying the following terms, concepts and ideas will help you review and prepare for the exam. You will be well served to study all aspects of these concepts and terms, all that you can learn about them, from the textbook and notes, in detail and in depth and not just the definitions . The basic idea behind this study guide is: First, I wanted you all to know a little of a lot of things (as you have been doing till now.) The subject is vast. But now I want you to concentrate on a smaller set of topics (given below) and gain mastery over them. If you do not find a term or concept while reading the chapter, look it up in the index at the end of the book. Still, if you do not find it, (which is rare) you will have to come back to the part of the chapter where that topic is discussed. At the end of this document I have included some suggestions and strategies that you may find useful, in order to do well on the midterm (and the final.) -- Chapter 1. 1. Information systems – titles and basic info regarding people responsible to design and build information systems, those who use those systems, and those responsible for managing them; who does what, and the skills they need. 2. Overview of computer-based information systems 3. Understanding of the various types of computer-based information systems in organizations. 4. Hierarchy of data, information, knowledge etc.; and basic info of people who work with each of these; their roles and what they do.
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