BLFf09ExamFINAL - _ print name on the line above as your...

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___________________________________ print name on the line above as your signature INSTRUCTIONS: 1. This Comprehensive Final Exam must be completed within the allocated time ( i.e., the 120 minutes between 10:00 AM and noon ). It is an OPEN BOOK exam. 2. Recall the material difference between i.e. ( that is ) versus e.g. ( for example ). 3. You may depart the exam room upon completion of your exam. At the completion of your exam present your completed blue bubble answer sheet and exchange it for an answer key AND THEN PROMPTLY EXIT THE EXAM ROOM. For you to learn your individual exam grade you must use your marked up copy of your exam, so be sure to mark your answers on your copy of the exam . 4. This Comprehensive Final Exam is worth 200 of the course total of 1,000 points. This objective exam has 84 questions graded as if there are 80. Each correct answer on Comprehensive Final Exam is worth 2.5 course points. Based upon the instructor's statistical analysis of all students' answers, the instructor unilaterally may alter the grading of specific exam questions. Any student may appeal the grading of any other exam questions. However, only if a student successfully appeals the ambiguity of AT LEAST TWO questions on this exam does that student objectively demonstrate non-harmless error due to any ambiguities. Also, a successful appeal only will change that student's exam grade and only will do so by the number of successful appeals in excess of ONE successful appeal. Appeals only affect the exam grades of those students that appeal. 5. All appeals of this exam’s questions must be: [5A] typed; [5B] signed by the student in three ways, typed name, handwritten signature, and typed university identification number; [5C] immediately following the signature, list in sequence, solely by number , each of the questions being appealed; [5D] after the [5C] list, argue each question, one at a time; [5E] at the beginning of each question’s [5D] appeal, identify two or more reasonable meanings that the question could have had; [5F] argue why one or more of the [5E] identified reasonable meanings is as appropriate or is more appropriate than the meaning used for the answer key answer ; and [5G] personally handed to the instructor or the instructor's suite secretary in RH 502 no later than the 2:00 PM on Friday, December 18.
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INSTRUCTIONS: A. Recall the material difference between i.e. ( that is ) versus e.g. ( for example ). B. Use bubble A for TRUE and bubble B for FALSE . start Exam 1st Questions: 1. Chapter 1, page 28, question 1-5: A. Typically, to create a statute that is binding as law the executive ( e.g., Governor, or President ) signs a bill that had been passed by the legislature. B.
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This note was uploaded on 01/12/2010 for the course ECON 1a taught by Professor Ohara during the Fall '07 term at San Jose State University .

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