Week 10 - Review

Week 10 - Review - Finance 310 Prof Gamble REVIEW Final...

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Finance 310 Prof. Gamble REVIEW Final Exam Info and Advice Your final exam is comprehensive. It is worth a total of 40 points. You have 2 hours and 15 minutes to complete it, though the exam is designed to be completed in 1 hour and 45 minutes. Use of a calculator is permitted. You may also use the front and back of one 8.5”x11” sheet of notes. No other aids are allowed. There are forty questions on the exam. The first ten question will be true/false and multiple choice. The remaining thirty questions are free response. The practice final, quizzes, and homework questions provide a good indicator of the range, difficulty, and style of the questions on the final. There will be no questions from “The Accent of Money” videos. I think the best way to study for this final exam is to work out the practice final questions and rework old quizzes; note that blank quizzes can be printed from the Content section of the course website. You should also read through the lecture notes and rework the examples there. You can get additional practice by reworking your old homework questions. I suggest that you spend significant time carefully constructing your one sheet of notes. Be certain to include all of the formulas that you have not memorized. Be sure to practice using your note sheet prior to the final exam. Doing so will give you confidence and save you significant time for thinking on the exam.
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