Exam_One_Information

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ACCT 2000/2001 Exam One Information Important Exam One Format Information: Exam will cover chapters 1-4. Time limit on exam is 2 hours. You may use a non-programmable calculator and scratch paper. Please ask the proctor for scratch paper (and calculator if you do not bring your own). Format is 50% multiple choice and 50% problems. Problems will be of formats similar to those in WileyPlus and those worked in class. Problems may include fill-in blank boxes, pull-down menus, and matching selections. You should read the instructions carefully for each problem and be sure to follow any directions given about format (similar to directions given in WileyPlus). When typing in account titles, use the titles that are provided in the chart of accounts. Do not abbreviate. You are expected to adhere to the student code of conduct when taking your exam, any
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Unformatted text preview: instances of academic dishonesty or violations of lab policies will be reported to the Dean of Students office. Helpful Study Suggestions: • Read the chapters and study your notes! • Attend an exam review session on Sunday - Tuesday (see schedule in moodle). All exam review sessions will cover the same material. • Practice multiple choice with the self-test quizzes at the end of each chapter in the textbook. Also with the “self study” quizzes at the bottom of the “read, study, practice” tab in WileyPlus. • Practice working problems in WileyPlus and the Comprehensive Do it! Problems at the end of each chapter. • There are no shortcuts to mastering accounting. Practice, practice, practice!! • Good Luck!...
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This note was uploaded on 02/27/2012 for the course ACCT 2000 taught by Professor Holmes during the Spring '08 term at LSU.

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