Ground rules for the exam:
You may use only:
Anything not specifically allowed is
prohibited. In particular, you may not use code written by
someone outside your lab group unless it came from the course
- Any paper notes (including course handouts) you
brought to the exam, or electronic notes residing on your local
(C:) hard drive.
- The course website, including any code from the
website. (This is the only approved use of the internet for
- Code written by you or by your lab partner(s).
- A pencil/pen.
- A calculator (optional).
- The green board and its accessories.
- Moodle for code submission.
For all problems: If
your code for one of the problems works properly, you should get it
checked off. There are points associated with the check off
itself. The only code in
the programs should be the code which is necessary to accomplish the
task—points will be deducted if there is extra stuff that we
need to sort through. At the end of the test, put your code in
the Moodle drop box.
Two important warnings
In order to make sure you are prepared for this exam you should time yourself while you take two or three of these old tests.
If you don't finish in 75 minutes, you aren't ready. :) Practice at least two exams starting with the most recent exams
given in the course. Timing yourself is important.
- You are required to have a passing overall exam average to pass this course.
- Some students find this exam very difficult
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