Final_Exam_Comm_308(2)

Final_Exam_Comm_308(2) - Final Exam Comm 308 Fall 2010...

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Unformatted text preview: Final Exam Comm 308, Fall 2010 Schedule: Date: Friday, December 10 Time: 17:00 to 22:00 (3 Hours) Students with schedule conflict will be writing alternate exam on the 12th of December (Sunday). University Exams office will provide them with the details. Exam Instructions: Under new University Guidelines, all final exams have to be written using INK. Final exams cannot be written with pencil. Your exam has two parts o Multiple Choice part: This has to be answered on the Computer sheet using pencil only. (You will receive a computer sheet along with your exam). Any response written using pen will not be graded. o Problems: These will have to be answered in the exam booklet (only in INK), in the space provided. If the provided space is not adequate for you, you may use the back of the exam to complete your answer. However anything written on the back of the exam should be properly and clearly labelled. Anything not clearly labelled will not be graded. First page of your exam attached to familiarise you with the structure and the detail instructions. Breakup of the Final Exam: The exam consists of: 28 Multiple Choice Questions Worth 70% (@ 2.5 points each question) 4 Problems Worth 30% Multiple Choice Questions: 18 Concept Questions worth 45% 10 short problems worth 25% Problems: Mostly numerical problems Understanding of concept required for explaining the results (example: negative NPV reject the project) Breakup by topics/Chapters: Chapters 1,2 & 10 – Introduction and Market Efficiency 5% Chapter 5 – Time value mechanics 22% Chapter 6 & 7 – Bond and Equity valuations 14% 24% Chapters 8 & 9 – Portfolio Theory and CAPM Chapter 12 – Options 13% Chapters 13, 14 and 20 – Capital budgeting and cost of capital 22% ...
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This note was uploaded on 05/17/2011 for the course COMM 308 taught by Professor Ravimateti during the Spring '10 term at Concordia Canada.

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