Exams

April 2nd, 2014 by math132

Exam 1—Thursday 27 February 7:00–9:00 p.m.

Solutions: Get Exam 1 solutions

Old exams

Spring 2012 Exam 1

Spring 2013 Exam 1

Where: various campus locations

Location

Sections

Totman Gym
01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 08, 09, 12
MOR1N 375 06,10,15,16
MOR2 131 07,11,13
LGRT 219 14

What: Sections 5.3–5.5, 6.1–6.2, and 7.1–7.3

Those sections cover the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus, applications of definite integrals, and symbolic integration methods.

Make-ups & special accommodation

The deadline to submit a documented request for a make-up to your instructor is Thursday February 13.

The About page explains in detail what circumstances may entitle you to take the make-up exam and what documentation is required.

The same date was the deadline to submit a request for any special accommodation. Please tell all students certified for special accommodation in your section(s) to contact the disability service center at examsaccess@admin.umass.edu
before Feb 20 about taking the exam1. The disability service center will inform the students when and where to take the exam1. You don’t have to provide me the list of special accommodation students, because the disability service center will provide me the list.

 

Review:  in preceding class(es)

What to bring:

  • your UMass ID card (essential!)
  • a supply of pencils, pens, erasers
  • calculator (calculator not allowed on Exam 1!)
  • no food or beverages
  • no iPods, cell phones, radios, etc., or computers

Exam 2—Thursday 3 April 7:00–9:00 p.m.

Solutions: Get Exam 2 solutions

Old exams

Spring 2012 Exam 2

Spring 2013 Exam 2

Where: various campus locations

Location

Sections

Totman Gym

01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06, 08, 09, 12

HASA 20

07, 10, 14, 16

GSMN 64

11, 13, 15



What: Sections 7.4, 7.7–7.8 and 11.1–11.5

Review:  in preceding class(es)

What to bring:

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

Make-ups & special accommodation

The deadline to submit a documented request for a make-up to your instructor is Thursday 13 March.

The About page explains in detail what circumstances may entitle you to take the make-up exam and what documentation is required.

Under a special policy for this semester, having a conflicting Biology 100 or 101 lab overlapping the exam would entitle you to a make-up for Exam 2.

The same date is the deadline to submit a request for any new special accommodation. Please tell all students certified for special accommodation in your section(s) to contact the disability service center at examsaccess@admin.umass.edu before March 27 about taking the exam2. The disability service center
will inform the students when and where to take the exam2. You don’t have to provide me the list of special accommodation students, because the disability service center will provide me the list.


Final Exam

When: Friday, May 2, 4-6pm

Where:  Boyden Gym

What: entire semester’s work
(new: Sections 11.6–11.11 & 10.1–10.4)

Old exams

Spring 2012 Final Exam

Spring 2013 Final Exam

Make-ups & special accommodation

The deadline to submit a documented request for a make-up to your instructor is 16 April (two weeks before the last day of class).

The About page explains in detail what circumstances may entitle you to take the make-up exam and what documentation is required.

The same date is the deadline to submit a request for any new special accommodation. Please tell all students certified for special accommodation in your section(s) to contact the disability service center at examsaccess@admin.umass.edu before April 4th  about taking the final exam. The disability service center will inform the students when and where to take the final exam. You don’t have to provide me the list of special accommodation students, because the disability service center will provide me the list.

What to bring:

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

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