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Hello all.
I speak very little of english.
My teacher emailed me this and I wan't to make sure I understand correctly.


[The final exam will only cover material since the midterm.]


this means that final exam will ONLY cover what we learned after midterm??
so i should be ony study the one he lectured after midterm exam????????

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    Yes, you understand this correctly. :-)

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