Final Exam Handout 2020.doc - Final Exam Total exam duration 48 hours Section I will relate to material from the first half of the class You will be

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Final ExamTotal exam duration: 48 hours.Section I will relate to material from the firsthalf of the class. You will be presented withthree questions from which you will choose one. A full and correct answer will be worth35% of the grade.Section II will relate to material from the secondhalf of the class. You will be presentedwith three questions from which you will choose one. A full and correct answer will beworth 35% of the grade.Section III will relate to material from the entire class. You will be presented with sixconcepts. You will be asked to define four of these concepts. A full and correct and willbe worth 5% of the grade per concept (a total of 20% of the grade for this part of theexam).The remaining 10% of the grade will be awarded only to students who abide by all of thefollowing five rules:1. You must submit your answers electronically to your GSI before 48 hours haveelapsed. [Note: This exam was initially designed as an 120 minute in-class exam. Itshould take you no more than two hours to complete this exam.]2. All of your answers should appear in one Word document. Use 12 point font, TimesNew Roman, double spaced. 3. Make sure your name appears at the top of the first page.4. Do not use footnotes, endnotes, or any other citations. Rely on information from thelectures, sections, and readings only.5. Do not exceed 1,500 words for each of the long answers. Do NOT. Limit youranswer to 5-10 sentences for each of the brief concepts at the end of the exam.Important:Make very, very certain that your work is original. During the 48 hours of this exam, donot consult with other class members, friends, or on-line sources. Work by yourself withyour lecture notes, section notes, and readings. A mistake on this front will be very costly.
Possible questions:I. Questions Relating to the First Half of the Course:Three of the following questions will appear in part I of the exam. You will be asked topick one of those questions and answer it. (35% of the grade). Limit your answer to1,500 words.In your answers, try to consider several different points of view. You should also rely onthe theories and readings we have covered and employ examples, where appropriate.

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