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Study Guide: Geography 1001, Section 2, Exam 2 Studying the terms and concepts in this list should help you be well-prepared for Exam Two on Tuesday, March 9th. Bring a number two pencil, large scantron sheet, and your student ID . The test is in our regular classroom -- Howe-Russell-Kniffen 130. The test will draw from Chapters Eight and Nine of your textbook and the six lectures covering this unit, including film and news clips and the topics covered by our guest speaker, Dr. Rowe. You will be asked to deduce some exam answers beyond the exact parameters of this study guide, but all test material will draw from the terms, concepts, events, and places listed below. There will be 50 multiple choice questions (at two points each), including six mapping questions. The test will also include three two-point bonus questions. For the mapping questions, you will have to know about the prominent regions (such as Scandinavia, Balkan States, etc.) and countries we have studied (such as Great Britain, France, Ukraine, etc.) and locate them on a map.
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