MM522_Final_Exam_Study_Guide_(2007) - Study Guide for MM522...

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 Study Guide for MM522 Final Exam Format The Final Examination is available to you "online" during, beginning at  Midnight MT on Friday  (essentially 12:01am Mountain Time on Saturday) of  Week SEVEN .   It should be completed and  submitted no later than 11:59pm MT on Thursday of      Week EIGHT     . It is made up entirely of essay questions and it is comprehensive of the course.  The Final Examination should be completed no later  than 11:59pm MT, on Thursday of Week EIGHT It is recommended that you "save" your answers by clicking on the SAVE button every five minutes.  Be sure that you click on the correct button, as once you have clicked on "submit," your Final Exam  has been submitted for my evaluation. Total points for the exam:  240 .  There are TWELVE (12) ESSAY questions on the Final Exam that will  come to you from a random "pool" of questions.  You will have 3 1/2 hours to complete the exam.  Watch your time.  You can average 20 minutes in each question and complete the exam without  huffing and puffing to the finish line.  Success rests on understanding the questions: please, know what is being asked of you Answer THE question and avoid going off on unnecessary tangents.  In responding to essay  questions, be sure to support your answers with discussion of relevant concepts and  examples  (when appropriate to make your point).   Your answers need to be in-depth  and at a graduate level .   Answers of one paragraph will rarely  suffice as sufficient to demonstrate graduate-level critical analysis.   Try to answer all parts of each question, using as much detail as possible, showing that you  understand the question and the referenced material fully in order to earn maximum points.  Write as  much as you think is necessary and pertinent to the topic, again keeping in mind the relative point  value of the question.   The Final Exam consists of questions that are not conveniently just "found" in the text.  That is, you 
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