Suggestions from Dec. 5th survey
- The techniques of doing quantitative problems will still be helpful
since they are not strictly technical but are rather related to the
concepts of this class.
- Too much reading material for each class
- Grade assignments faster
- Make the final exam optional for the class next term
- Skip break and finish earlier!
- Have this suggestion form earlier in the term
- Please with the final exam option
- Good to see economic concepts integrated in the topic
- Thanks for the slides
- Thanks for the no-final option
- The articles are a great way of learning.
- I got plenty of actual examples through article research; it's useful
- Nice to go over some questions with each new topic that we learn;
it makes it easier to understand the material.
- How can we get access to the WSJ, Economist or other such journals?
They cost money.
- Will be go over the four International Corporate Finance chapters
by the end of the term?
Suggestions from Nov. 28th survey
· Materials in the exam should be limited to the story or procedure
of problem-solving in class
· Too many exams and assignments
· Not enough work in class on problems, exercises
· Exams are too hard
· More explanation of problems, examples and instruction on how
to apply concept to real scenarios.
· Do more quantitative problems
· More guidelines for the exam
· Need more quantitative examples in class
· Too much material; lectures go too fast
· Give more practical questions in class
· Instead of tests, have more projects and case analysis
· Notion of currency exchange and management of exchange exposure
is very important
· Coordinate with text?
· Let’s use the projector more and see the slides on the
· Review problems and supply answers to end-of-chapter problems
· Please post answers to short answer questions from Chap. 11
· Fewer definitions on exam
· Less terms and short answers to prepare for the exams
· Better textbook!
· I like the idea of small assignments based on newspaper/magazine
· I like the fact that you ask questions that have us think of
multiple implications, and have us take into consideration, multiple effects.