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# MBA Economics

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12 Oct 2010, 11:36
I'm currently taking a intro to economics and we have our first midterm coming up. Our professor gave us about 10 sample questions and when asked where we can find more he said "google economic questions".

Does anyone know a good site to find intro economic questions so I can go over them before the exam?

Also, is this forum the best place to ask MBA course questions? Are there any other forums out there that deal with the specific teachings within a MBA program?

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02 Nov 2010, 19:16
Just out of curiosity, where the heck are you going to school where the professors point you to Google as a source for study questions???! Aren't you paying them for more than that?
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02 Nov 2010, 21:17
I think this is a prime time to introduce yourself to some fellow students and form a study group. I notice you've posted a number of other questions here about course questions- you should probably speak to other students or your professors before seeking answers online. If you really do want helpful responses from GMATClub, we would need additional information like macro or micro, and topics you've covered to date.

Regarding this question- I wouldn't waste time trying to guess at what the professor might ask- you're looking at it the wrong way. Just cover the materials from class, and make sure you're very familiar with all of the required and recommended readings. If you form a study group you can divide up the material and present it to each other, which I find to be very effective.

Good luck on the exam!
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