I was just checking the document about the resit exam and noticed something that just DOESN'T add up in the slightest bit.
It says that the resit will have 24 questions to be done in 50 minutes. That gives us approximately two minutes for every question. Compared to the first sit, that is 5 minutes less for each question. (25 questions in 3 hours =7.2 minutes per question). I don't know about you guys, but this just doesn't make ANY sense to me. I understand that he wants it to be "HigH spEeD," but this is not acceptable.
Do you guys think we can complain about this? I seriously never had such significant doubt about exam practices until now.
"... you will be called to perform the ID and room check during rather than before the exam. All students will be contacted somewhere during those 75 minutes, and some may be contacted a second time. Make sure to inform yourself about the procedures (especially if you have not experienced this in any
previous exam). " there are like 5 documents that explain it. SO no you won't be filmed.
1 month ago
Hi guys, did someone understand how the surveillance for the Resit will be?
more precise frequencies are used for qualitative variables (nominal and ordinal), whike descriptives are used for all quantitative variables (interval and ratio); and for likert scales you can also apply descriptives as well since it can be regraded as pseudo interval
b) because B is right due to the definition you can see above (if you recall from the case it was just that every colour ads an additional amount of PU but in the end its the same for all colours --> same coefficient but the more colours you add the higher your result is) and B is just a special case of D where y1 would be 0.
6 months ago
So do you apply frequencies on a variable that is measured with a likert scale? Because strictly seen it is ordinal so you would do that, but if you would see it as pseudo interval you could also use descriptives...?
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Hi! What I did to create the 'two periods', is to first delete the observations 106-192, then run the regression which will give you the result for 'period 1', and then I did the opposite, so delete the first 105 observations and run a regression to get the results for 'period 2'. Hope this helps
Could anybody explain me why it´s B? I understand why claim 2 is correct but not why 1 is incorrect? Also the answer in the answer key does not really make sense to me, so help would be really much appreciated! Thanks