BSOP209 Final Exam Review and Test Format

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Welcome to your BSOP209 Final Exam Review and Test Format This exam is open book and open notes. The exam covers all of the concepts presented in this course. You will want to have your homework solutions, lectures, and textbook nearby. Your final exam has two parts consists of the following: 1. Part 1 has 24 Multiple Choice questions. Each question is worth 5 points for a total of 120 possible points. This is 40% of your total exam points. 2. Part 2 has 6 Essay (EQ) or Problem questions. Each question is worth 30 points for a total 180 points. This is 60% of your total exam points. Multiple Choice Questions The first part consists of multiple-choice questions that are similar to the quizzes and are fact-based questions taken from all of the reading. The best way to study for these questions is to review the reading, lectures, and quizzes. Essay/Problem Questions There are 6 essay/problem questions that will test your understanding of the course objectives and key
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Unformatted text preview: concepts. The final exam problems are pooled and you may have a problem on any of the following areas: Forecasting Linear Regression Break-Even Analysis including Crossover Analysis Decision Making Expected Monetary Value including annuities Linear programming using the graphical method Project Management including crashing schedules Since the final exam questions are pooled and randomized, (not every student sees the same exam) you may not see questions on each of these topics. However, it is a possibility that you will see a question addressing these concepts. I would suggest you review the previous quizzes, homework assignments, end of chapter problems and practice problems. Be familiar with the end of chapter questions and topics discussed in the threads....
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This note was uploaded on 08/10/2010 for the course MGMT 400 taught by Professor Frankenstein during the Spring '10 term at DeVry Chicago O'Hare.

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