Friday, December 22, 2006

Ways to Not Have a Career Teaching Economics, Part 2

by Ken Houghton

Unlike option 1, this one takes some conscious effort:
  1. In preparing for Macroeconomics final, do not begin review in earnest until the day of the exam
  2. At the start of the review, look at the 2003 Final Exam (as provided by the instructor), realise it is difficult, and set it aside, hoping 2006's form will be different
  3. Receive 2006 exam that follows the form, though (obviously) not the content, of the 2003 exam perfectly.
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