Ground Rules for Math 111 Common Final
Time and Place. Your final exam will be on Saturday,
December 12, 2009, 5:00-8:00pm. The room where your class takes
the final examination will be listed below after the 10th day of the quarter. Students who cannot
take an examination for religious reasons should immediately petition to
make alternative arrangements. Petition forms are available in the
Mathematics Advising Office, C-36 Padelford. The petition has to be filed
by Friday Octobery 24. As a rule, other
than for religious reasons no exceptions will be made to this examination
time. If you are unable to take the final examination for reasons of
health, you have to call the professor in advance, and you will have to
provide a written medical excuse. If extraordinary circumstances of grave
personal import preclude taking the final exam at the scheduled time,
students who file petitions accompanied by the appropriate written
documentation by the
October 24 deadline may be granted permission to take a makeup final
exam. Approval of such petitions is by no means automatic. Plans for
sporting events, travel or work on exam day, etc. do not constitute
Length of Exam. The exam is designed so that it can be
done in 2 hours. However, you will have 3 hours to complete it.
Working the final exam.
At the final exam, you will be given an exam packet which will have the
questions on it. For written-answer problems, you will find sufficient space to write out a full and complete solution. If you find that you cannot complete a
problem in the given space, then continue your work on the back of the
page, or on the the back of the preceding page. If you continue your work
elsewhere, make sure you tell the grader where it is.
Answers with insufficient work shown will not get much credit. Show
enough work on each problem for the grader to tell how you obtained your
answer. This may also help you get some partial credit if your answer is
incorrect or incomplete. You are responsible for making your solutions
readable. Using a few words of English will help the grader understand your
work. You should show enough work so that a grader can give you partial
credit if your final answer is not complete.
Closed Book. The exam will be closed book. You are allowed to bring one 8.5 x 11 page of handwritten notes, both sides.
Calculators. Calculators will be allowed on the final.
Photo I.D. You may be asked for personal identification that
has your photo on it. Whether or not you have a driver's license, such an
I.D. can be obtained from the Department of Motor Vehicles. You should
also bring your student I.D. to the exam.
The Exam Cover Sheet. Remember to put your name and student
number on the cover sheet of your exam.
Rooms of Finals for Math 111 -- December 12, 2009 at 5:00pm - TBA