An introduction to economic analysis and its applications: price determination, market structure, decision making by individuals and firms, public policy. NOTE: extensive use of graphical and quantitative analysis.
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What happened...like almost every single one of my friends who’s in eco101 is swearing right now
ECO101 is certainly difficult, but you hardly need to know any math throughout the entire course.
I literally stared at the long answer... that’s it.
I LEFT TWO PARTS AND GUESSED HALF OF THE MULTIPLE CHOICE
Drop the course if you can do it
Profs are generally not allowed to curve shit down but knowing this school they probably do for first year courses. \n\nLook into the rules and contact the department that this is going on. If department doesn't give a fuck (which they won't) contact the assu? Not sure
Not for ho :’( written was exponentially worse
Short answer section was okay, but that multiple choice...Jesus Christ.
Hey, I think I was the TA that collected your exam. As I think I said at the time, it's fine as long as your name is on the main booklet and you didn't rip any sheet off (as you were instructed on each exam). If you are really worried about it, as someone else mentioned, doesn't hurt to email the prof.\n\nAlso don't worry too much about that exam, it was indeed very difficult and i'd be surprised if there wasn't some linear adjustment made at the end. Though i've not been told anything specifically by the prof. Enjoy your break.
Michael ho tests are consistently BS
Oh screw you, gave me a heart attack lol
c'mon man how do you post bait like this and not mention what he said or did as well
There are a lot of international students at UofT. I can tell because I hear a lot of people speaking Mandarin in lecture and around campus as well. I don't know how smart they actually are though. I assume that not every international is super smart because there's a lot of sketchy tutoring services on campus that target these international students. If internationals were really all super smart, these services wouldn't exist.\n\nEdit: This was supposed to be a reply but I think I posted this as a separate comment. Sorry about that.
50 on the dot. I love it when a pity curve benefits me! However I have to take 102 now....
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My favorite course in the first year. Teach you a lot of common sense. I took it with Gazzale and my strategy is to do a lot of past tests to get familiar with his tricky questions.Monday, July 13, 2020