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"Was the final exam short answer questions, or was it multiple choice?"

"It was multiple choice."

"Neither. The exam had 2 long essay questions."

"Did you have any pop-quizzes in your geology class?"

"We had 3 pop-quizzes in that class. Luckily, only five percent counts toward the final grade."

"Fortunately we didn't have any."

"How much time did you get to write your research paper?"

"We had two months to write the research paper."

"How often did you have a quiz?"

"Once a week."

"What day did you take your final?"

"I took the final last Monday."

"I didn't take it yet. I take the final tomorrow."

"The syllabus for the econ class says you have six exams. What were they like?"

"It was pretty easy because they only covered 2 chapters. If you keep up, then you shouldn't have a hard time."

"Does Professor Giles use old exam questions for his tests?"

"He always creates new test questions so old ones will not help you."

"Can I borrow your old exams for Intermediate Accounting? I want to use the questions to test myself before the real exam."

"Sure, I have it in my dormitory. I'll bring them tomorrow."

"He didn't return the exams, so I don't have them."

"What were the long essay questions on?"

"Both questions were on supply and demand. Make sure you know that stuff inside and out."

"I was thinking about buying the study supplement for the engineering class. Do you think it will help?"

"I highly recommend it. I didn't have it for the first exam, and I got a B-. But after I studied with the supplement, I aced the next test."

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