Pre-Final+Quiz+Study+Guide+-+Spring+2009-1

Pre-Final+Quiz+Study+Guide+-+Spring+2009-1 - Study Guide...

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Study Guide and Important Information for Pre-Final Quizzes Important Overall Information about the Quizzes Your course syllabus outlined 4 overall learning objectives for ACCT 2100. At the end of the course, you should be able to: 1. Describe the format and content of the four financial statements. 2. Explain how financial information is used by and important to a variety of readers (creditors, suppliers, investors, employees, etc.). 3. Evaluate company results using financial statement information (e.g., ratio analysis). 4. Perform basic financial calculations designed to enhance analytical and decision making skills. The Pre-Final Quizzes are designed to measure the level to which each learning objective has been met. All Pre-Final Quizzes will be available online via Homework Manager. You will have 25 minutes to complete each quiz and there are 10 questions per quiz. You will not be able to print a quiz and work if offline – all quizzes will be completed online. Once you begin a quiz, you cannot pause it for any reason. Therefore, you need to make sure you have 25 uninterrupted minutes when you start any of the quizzes. You also need to ensure that you have a reliable computer and internet connection when you start a quiz. If you don’t have your own computer and internet connection, you can take your quizzes using the computers in any of the computer labs located on campus. You can take the quizzes in any order you wish and you don’t need to take all 4 quizzes at the same time . You just need to take all 4 quizzes within the ‘open’ period (between Wednesday, April 22 at 7:00 a.m. and Saturday, April 25 at 10:00 p.m.). While taking the quizzes, you are not to refer to your book or notes. You are also to complete your quiz independently without assistance from a classmate or friend. The 25- minute timeframe for each quiz requires that you know the material rather than researching the answers in your text. Failure to follow these guidelines will result in academic consequences that can include a failing grade in the course. If at ANY time during a quiz you experience any type of technical difficulty, please make screen shots of your error messages or call the ITS help desk so that you can document the situation with your professor. You can make screen shots by pressing the ‘Control’ and ‘Print Screen’ buttons simultaneously. Then open a Word document and select ‘Edit’ and then ‘Paste’ from the tool bar at the top of the screen. This creates a Word document showing the exact error situation
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