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COM 201 Final Study Guide

by: Taylor McAvoy

COM 201 Final Study Guide Com 201 A

Taylor McAvoy
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Intro to comm 1
Ekin Yasin

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I worked really hard on this one to get all of those key terms and concepts nailed down on everything we discussed after the midterm. I have All of the terms and concepts in a list and defined with...
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Date Created: 12/09/15
COM 201 Final Study Guide Exam Format Your final exam is scheduled to take place Monday December 14th 2015 from 830 1020 AM at 120 Kane Hall our lecture hall The exam is out of 100 points The exam will have two sections Section1 Multiple choice questions and True and False questions 60 points 40 questions Section 2 Critical Questions where you will be asked to apply your knowledge about terms and issues discussed in the class to contemporary issues 40 points 5 questions You will have the entire class time to complete your exam You will do sample critical questions in groups during your December 4th and December 11th Friday sessions You will answer the first section using a Scantron sheet You will write the answers for the later two sections on your exam sheet inside the space provided What to Bring 0 Please make sure to come to class with a Scantron sheet It is available for purchase at the UW Bookstore or in the vending machines at Suzzallo Library 0 When you are answering questions with the Scantron sheet you will also need a 2 PENCIL Please make sure to come to class with a 2 pencil 0 Please make sure that you have your UW student ID number with you You will have to mark your student number on your Scantron sheet How to Use the Guide and How to Prepare for the Exam 0 Overviewing the content in the study guide will help you with exam preparation 0 Please also make sure to review the news articles for each week You are only responsible from news article posted after the midterm exam 0 Feel free to reach out to us about aspects of the study guide that may not be clear However neither the TAs nor me will provide definitions for you All terms in the list are based on course texts and class discussions The content is available to you and part of the learning experience is for you to overview the materials yourself Beware that your textbook has an index section at the end of the book that may help you with the location of the information There will be 510 questions 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