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Changes to Examination Papers for 2014

1. New papers for 2014:

MN1178

Business and management in a global context

Candidates should answer FOUR of the following EIGHT questions. All questions have equal marks. Candidates are advised to divide their time accordingly. Candidates should note that there is a sample exam paper in the subject guide.

2. Changes to existing papers:

AC3059

Financial Management

Candidates should answer FOUR of the following EIGHT questions: TWO from Section A, ONE from Section B and ONE further question from either section. All questions carry equal marks.

FN3142

Quantitative Finance

Candidates should answer THREE of the following FOUR questions. All questions carry equal marks.

EC1002

Introduction to Economics

Explanatory note: Please note that in 2014 the examination for EC1002 will be split into two sections. Part I will consist of 30 multiple choice questions covering the entire syllabus in micro and macro. Candidates are required to answer ALL the questions for which the maximum mark will be 50. Candidate will have an hour and a half to answer the questions in Part I after which there will be a short break before the examination paper for Part II is distributed. Part II of the examination will be divided into two sections. Section A consists of the long questions in Microeconomics and Section B consists of the longer questions in Macroeconomics. There will be three questions in each section and candidates will be required to answer one from each section. Candidates will have an hour and a half to complete Part II. The rubric: This is Part I of the examination, which consists of Multiple Choice Questions. You have 90 minutes and you should attempt to answer ALL the questions. Each question has FOUR possible answers (a-d). There is only ONE correct answer to each of the questions. Please mark the correct answer in the special sheet provided. The maximum mark for this part is 50. There will then be a break and the second part of the examination will have the following rubric: This is Part II of the examination. Please answer ONE question from Section A and ONE question from Section B. Part II is worth 50% of the mark and each of the questions in Sections A and B is worth 25%.

EC2020

Elements of Econometrics

Candidates should answer EIGHT of the following TEN questions: ALL of the questions in Section A (8 marks each) and THREE questions from Section B (20 marks each). Candidates are strongly advised to divide their time accordingly.

EC2065

Macroeconomics

Candidates should answer ELEVEN of the following FOURTEEN questions: All EIGHT from Section A (5 marks each) and THREE from Section B (20 marks each). Candidates are strongly advised to divide their time accordingly.

EC2066

Microeconomics

Candidates should answer ELEVEN of the following FOURTEEN questions: All EIGHT from Section A (5 marks each) and THREE from Section B (20 marks each). Candidates are strongly advised to divide their time accordingly.

EC3044

Development Economics

Candidates should answer EIGHT of the following FOURTEEN questions: FIVE from Section A (5 marks each) and any THREE from Section B (25 marks each). Candidates are strongly advised to divide their time accordingly.

EC3099

Industrial Economics

Candidates should answer FOUR of the following EIGHT questions, TWO from Section A, and TWO from Section B. All questions carry equal marks. Candidates are strongly advised to divide their time accordingly.

EC3115

Monetary Economics

Candidates should answer ELEVEN of the following THIRTEEN questions: All EIGHT from Section A and THREE from Section B. Candidates are strongly advised to divide their time accordingly.

EC3120

Mathematical Economics

Students will now be permitted to use a calculator in the examination.

EC3022

Public Economics

Candidates should answer FIVE of the following EIGHT questions: TWO from Section A and THREE from Section B. All questions carry equal marks. Candidates are strongly advised to divide their time accordingly. Please note that the only change to this paper is that the TWO questions in Section A will now only have FIVE sub-sections of which candidates will be required to answer THREE.

IS1060

Introduction to information systems

Candidates should answer THREE questions of the following EIGHT questions. All questions carry equal marks.

IR1034

World History since 1945

Candidates should answer FOUR of the following EIGHTEEN questions. All questions carry equal marks.

PS2082

Comparative Politics

Candidates should answer THREE of the following TWELWE questions. All questions carry equal marks.