mEC - Money and Banking N. Sheflin Extra Credit Per the...

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1 Money and Banking N. Sheflin Extra Credit Per the syllabus, the extra credit is worth 20 points at a maximum, of 1,000 total points in the course (an A paper would get 18-20 points at most, B=15-17-8, C=12-15, etc). Note that the extra credit points are added to your total without increasing the total possible which stays at 1,000. That is, the extra credit is a net gain. If you are not doing well on the homework, you should spend more time working on them, and preparing for the final, rather than do the extra credit. The extra credit cannot make up for failing grades on the final and homework. Do the extra credit if you are interested, have the time, want some extra work. It can help your grade, particularly if you are on the edge of a higher grade. Do any ONE of the following that appeals to you. Write your report as though addressing a clever friend who knew little economics, and use graphical or algebraic analysis as appropriate. Your work should be submitted via the ASSIGNMENT tool in Sakai as a WORD ATTACHMENT before the last class of the class of the semester. DO NOT CHEAT. Your submission will auomatiucally be checked by TURNITIN for plagiarism and checked against previous submissions. Be very careful to cite any sources used, use only your own words, not use the work of others without citation. TO GET ANY CREDIT, YOU MUST : INCLUDE and answer THE QUESTIONS I provide (copy and paste any of the following questions right into your report). If you do not inckude my questions with your answers after each one,The extra credit will not be graded. NOT QUOTE from the book/article or anywhere else - Answer questions in YOUR OWN WORDS ANALYZE the material - you will be graded on your analysis, not your ability to summarize the source. RELATE the reading to what we are studying in this course.
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This note was uploaded on 02/20/2012 for the course 220 301 taught by Professor Carlshu-minglin during the Fall '10 term at Rutgers.

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