- The exam:
9-11am, Monday, 20 December
118 Hunter North (Assembly Hall)
- It will cover the material in:
- Past Exams:
- Spring 2019:
- Fall 2018:
- Summer 2018 Exam: Exam
and answer key
- Spring 2018:
- Fall 2017 Exams:
When taking the exam, you strongly encourage you have with you:
You must be enrolled in the course to take the exam.
The exam will become available on Gradescope at 9am on the date of the exam.
The exam will automatically close after 2 hours from the time you start and it will automatically save your answers.
You must start the exam within 15 minutes of 9am to take advantage of the full 2 hours.
All exams will end at 11:15am if you started at 9:15 or later.
You must secure a stable Internet connection to take the exam.
- pens or pencils
- scrap paper
- a two-sided 8.5" x 11" page of notes.
How to Prepare
- Make sure you do all the problems that have been
assigned. The problems (or parts of them) make excellent exam
- Work through the past exams. These (or variations of them)
often appear on exams.
- While you can print your one page of notes, preparing it by hand is
an excellent way to study. A great way to prepare the notes is to condense the Skeletal Notes and Focus Questions you have been taking when working on each lab during the semester (these are available at the top of each lab to help you take notes and study during the semester). These are great for reviewing and generating the exam notes. Go through each set of lab notes and notes from each lecture and consolidate your list to fit on a single sheet of paper. Include standard formats or templates for coding constructs and design patterns, as well as samples of recurring themes.