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ECON 2302 Prin Of Econ (Macro)

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    Jul 20, 2016
    | Would recommend.

    Pretty easy, overall.

    Course Overview:

    The professor is very dry and has a horrible sense of humor. You can't help but fall asleep in his class. He does not allow for any sort of technology, no pictures of the slides or anything. Everything must be hand written. On the flip side, quizzes and tests are easy and opportunities for bonus points are always provided. The reviews for the tests are very thorough, so nothing that appears on a test should shock you. For this class, expect to read your whole textbook if you want an A. Noel also lets the class out early almost every session.

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    One thing I really enjoyed was learning the ebb and flow of the economy and how we all affect the economy. I enjoyed that not much of the class was history based, just facts. Most of it is based around supply and demand. The course includes lots of graphs and charts.

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    3-5 hours

    Advice for students:

    Make sure you pay attention in class and write down as much of what the professor says. Outside of class, keep up on the reading. Typically, each week requires 2 chapters of reading. While reading, take lots of notes. Always define terms. Terms will get you a long way in this class.

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