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eaasy 1 answer below » Preparing for the Culminating Experience Exam In order to help you prepare for the culminating experience exam, the economics department suggests the following: 1. Begin by reading the abstract, introduction and conclusions of the article to get an understanding of “the big picture”. 2. Begin to formulate and write some of the answers to the exam questions based on this larger picture. 3. Read the entire article, but do not spend too much time on every technical detail. 4. Begin the process of expanding and elaborating on and improving your answers to the exam questions. 5. View complete question » Preparing for the Culminating Experience Exam In order to help you prepare for the culminating experience exam, the economics department suggests the following: 1. Begin by reading the abstract, introduction and conclusions of the article to get an understanding of “the big picture”. 2. Begin to formulate and write some of the answers to the exam questions based on this larger picture. 3. Read the entire article, but do not spend too much time on every technical detail. 4. Begin the process of expanding and elaborating on and improving your answers to the exam questions. 5. Document Preview: Preparing for the Culminating Experience Exam In order to help you prepare for the culminating experience exam, the economics department suggests the following: 1. Begin by reading the abstract, introduction and conclusions of the article to get an understanding of “the big picture”. 2. Begin to formulate and write some of the answers to the exam questions based on this larger picture. 3. Read the entire article, but do not spend too much time on every technical detail. 4. Begin the process of expanding and elaborating on and improving your answers to the exam questions. 5. Reread the article and continue polishing and refining your answers to the exam questions. Important: 1. Be sure to answer all questions. 2. You will not pass the exam if you do not critically evaluate the article – a simple summary of the article is NOT enough. 3. Sometimes there is no “right” or “wrong” answer; for example, don’t be overly focused on whether you are right or wrong about a potential weakness of the article – your primary concern should be on supporting your position with solid economic reasoning and analysis. 4. DO: discuss the articles with other students in the same committee group as you 5. DON’T: expect faculty to answer the exam questions for you or evaluate your answers before the exam Attachments: Experience.pdf Questions.pdf Sample.pdf Rao-Gupta-et-….pdf View less » Mar 14 2014 09:12 AM

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