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Department of Economics University of Waterloo Econ 202 (Section 004) – Macroeconomic Theory 1 Spring 2010 All information pertaining to Midterm Examination 1 is provided in this file. Time & Date: Tuesday, June 7 th from 4.00 pm to 5.20 pm Allocated Rooms for the Exam: MC 2054 (classroom) & MC 4042 Students are divided among rooms by the first letter of their last name. Please make sure that you arrive at the specified class room on time. To avoid confusion, visit the room prior to the test so that you know on the day of the test where to go. I am going post another file titled “Room Location for Midterm Exam 1 &2” on Ace that will contain information about the exact room location for individual student. Extra office hours on the Exam week: Monday: 1.00 pm to 2.30 pm Syllabus: The Midterm Examination 1 will cover five chapters from the textbook. They are: Chapter 1: The Science of Macroeconomics Chapter 2: The Data of Macroeconomics Chapter 3: National Income: Where It Comes From and Where It Goes Chapter 4: Money and Inflation Chapter 5: The Open Economy Assigned Problems from the textbook: Chapter 1: Questions 3 & 4 Chapter 2: Questions 4, 6, 7 & 8 Chapter 3: Questions 1, 7, 9 & 10 Chapter 4: Questions 3, 4 & 8 Chapter 5: Questions 1, 2 & 8 Page 1
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Procedures to write the exam: 1. Wait outside until called by the proctors. 2. Enter the room quickly and quietly. 3. Fill out the information on the front of the computer card especially your name and student number. Make sure you bubble the ovals correctly for your ID number. 4. Make dark marks that fill the ovals completely for both your student ID and answers to the multiple choice questions. 5. Fill out the information on the exam booklet including your name and student ID. 6. Provide the answers for the short questions in the space provided on the exam booklet. 6. Do not make any stray marks on the computer card. 7. Erase cleanly any marks you wish to change. 8. Do not start the exam until instructed to do so. 9. You will need pencil, eraser, sharpener and non programmable calculator . 10. Hand in the computer card and exam booklet. Instructions: Read both the textbook and the lecture notes thoroughly to perform well in the exam. Work out the problems at the end of each chapter and questions in the study guide. A brief solution for the assigned questions from the textbook is provided in another file titled “Problem Set 1”. In addition, there is a sample questionnaire for you to work out. There are 55 multiple choice and short answer questions in this sample test. Read the book and the chapter notes carefully before you try to answer/solve the questions. Don’t look at the answer key (provided at the end of this questionnaire) first. After you finish answering the questions, then compare your answer with the correct answers. To perform well in the multiple choice questions, eliminate the wrong answers one by one. You will be left with one or two answers you think are correct. If you don’t know the correct answer from these options, guess. You will be surprised that, most of the time the answer you guessed is actually the correct answer.
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Good Luck with your studies! Sample Questionnaire 1. The ability of macroeconomists to predict the future course of economic events: A) is no better than the meteorologist's ability to predict the next month's weather. B) is much better than the meteorologist's ability to predict the next month's weather. C) has gotten worse over time. D) is less precise than it was in the 1920s.
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