Exams

This page contains detailed information about the Math 131 exams, including locations and links to some old exams.

Exam 1 date is confirmed. Remaining exam dates are tentative until confirmed by the Scheduling Office.


Exam 1—Time, see schedule page.

Get Exam 1 solution

Where: your instructor will notify you at least one week early.

Within an exam room, seating is not by section.

What: Sections 2.1–2.8.

Old exams:

Fall 2014 Exam 1
Fall 2015 Exam 1

Make-up & special accommodation:

If you are entitled to a make-up for Exam 1, you must notify your instructor and provide appropriate written documentation at least two weeks prior to the date of exam 1. The About page explains in detail what circumstances may entitle you to take the make-up exam and what documentation is required.

If you are certified as requiring special accommodation for exams, you must notify your instructor and provide appropriate written documentation at least two weeks prior to the date of exam 1. And you must then directly contact the Coordinator for Exam Proctoring and Classroom Access, Office of Disability Services, to make an appointment at least one week prior to the date of exam 1.

TA’s Review: your instructor will forward you the TA’s review sessions one week early.

What to bring:

  • your UMass ID card (essential!)
  • a supply of pencils, pens, erasers
  • calculator and extra batteries
  • no food or beverages
  • no iPods, radios, etc., or computers

Exam 2—Time, see schedule page.

Get Exam 2 solution

Where: your instructor will notify you at least one week early.

Within an exam room, seating is not by section.

What:  Sections 3.1–3.10, 4.1-4.2.

Old exams:

Fall 2014 Exam 2
Fall 2015 Exam 2

Extra practice for differentiation

Try this derivative practice website:
http://www.bluffton.edu/~nesterd/java/derivs.html

Be sure you check all the function types there except sinh/cosh, tanh, sech/csch/coth, and inverse hyperbolic trig.

Make-up & special accommodation:

If you are entitled to a make-up for Exam 2, you must notify your instructor and provide appropriate written documentation at least two weeks prior to the date of exam 2. The About page explains in detail what circumstances may entitle you to take the make-up exam and what documentation is required.

If you are certified as requiring special accommodation for exams, you must notify your instructor and provide appropriate written documentation at least two weeks prior to the date of exam 2. And you must then directly contact the Coordinator for Exam Proctoring and Classroom Access, Office of Disability Services, to make an appointment at least one week prior to the date of exam 2.

TA’s Review: your instructor will forward you the TA’s review sessions one week early.

What to bring:

  • your UMass ID card (essential!)
  • a supply of pencils, pens, erasers
  • calculator and extra batteries (calculator not allowed on Exam 2!)
  • no food or beverages
  • no iPods, radios, etc., or computers

Final Exam—Time, see schedule page

Where: You will find the exam location on SPIRE and youe instrucotr will notify you at least two weeks early.

What: Entire semester’s work

Old exams:

Fall 2014 Final Exam
Fall 2015 Final Exam

Make-up & special accommodation:

If you are entitled to a make-up for the final Exam, you must notify your instructor and provide appropriate written documentation at least four weeks prior to the date of the final exam. The About page explains in detail what circumstances may entitle you to take the make-up exam and what documentation is required.

If you are certified as requiring special accommodation for exams, you must notify your instructor and provide appropriate written documentation at least four weeks prior to the date of the final exam. And you must then directly contact the Coordinator for Exam Proctoring and Classroom Access, Office of Disability Services, to make an appointment at least four weeks prior to the date of the final exam.

TA’s Review: your instructor will forward you the TA’s review sessions one week early.

What to bring:

  • your UMass ID card (essential!)
  • a supply of pencils, pens, erasers
  • calculator and extra batteries
  • no food or beverages
  • no iPods, radios, etc., or computers
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