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Common Finals

All finals for MATH 111, 112, 120, 124, 125 & 126 will be on Saturday immediately following the last day of instruction.  The time and location of your exam will be listed below in the corresponding section.

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Alternatives to all Common Finals

Petition forms for alternatives to the common final are available in the Mathematics Advising Office, C-36 Padelford (campus map) or online as a PDF, and should be filed by Friday, May 5.  Petitions are usually granted only for religious reasons. Petitions are sometimes granted for reasons of health or extraordinary circumstances of grave personal importance. In such cases the instructor should be contacted in advance and appropriate written documentation provided. Approval of petitions is not automatic. Plans for sporting events, travel or work on exam day, etc. do not constitute extraordinary circumstances. If another final conflicts with a Math Common Final, students are responsible for making arrangements to move their non-Math final. The deadline to petition for conflict/religious reasons is STRICTLY enforced. Petitions submitted after the deadline for exam conflicts, including University-related events will be denied.


 

Course Specific Details

MATH 111 and 112

When and Where

Your final exam will be on Saturday, June 3, 2017, 5:00-7:50 pm. The room where your class takes the final examination will be listed below. Please make sure you attend the correct section. If you take and submit your final in a room other than the one your section has been assigned to, you will automatically be given a "0" on your final.

Rooms of Finals for Math 111 & 112 -- June 3, 2017 at 5:00pm
  • MATH 111

    • N/A
  • MATH 112

    • MATH 112 A - KNE 210/220

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.

Preparing for the Final

This is a closed book exam. You may bring a Ti-30x IIS calculator. No other electronic items are to be used during the exam. You may bring one handwritten 8.5 x 11 sheet of notes; writing is allowed on both sides. Also, bring a clear plastic ruler to the exam.

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.


 

MATH 120

When and Where

The final exam for Math 120 will be on Saturday, June 3, 2017 from 5:00-7:50 pm. The room where your class takes the final exam will be listed below. Please make sure you attend the correct section. If you take and submit your final in a room other than the one your section has been assigned to, you will automatically be given a "0" on your final.

Rooms of Finals for Math 120 -- June 3, 2017 at 5:00pm
  • MATH 120

    • MATH 120 A - GUG 220
    • MATH 120 B - No Common Final (see your instructor for final exam schedule)

What

These exams are written jointly by the instructors and graded jointly by the instructors and TAs. Check with your instructor for further information.

Preparing for the Final Exam

This is a closed book exam. You may bring a Ti-30x IIS Calculator. No other electronic items are to be used during the exam. You may bring one handwritten 8.5 x 11 inch sheet of notes; writing is allowed on both sides.

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.

Picking up the Graded Final

Your instructor or TA will inform you of the procedure for picking up your final exam after it is graded.
Caution: If you are offered the option of having your exam placed outside an office door, be aware that this option carries the risk of having your exam stolen. If you choose this option, then pick up your exam within a few days.


 

MATH 124 and 125

When and Where

All finals for Math 124 and 125 will be on Saturday, June 3, 2017 from 1:30pm until 4:20pm. The room where your class takes the final exam will be listed below. Please make sure you attend the correct section. If you take and submit your final in a room other than the one your section has been assigned to, you will automatically be given a "0" on your final.

Rooms of Finals for Math 124 and 125 -- June 3, 2017 at 1:30pm
  • MATH 124

    • MATH 124 A - KNE 130
    • MATH 124 B - KNE 130
    • MATH 124 C - GUG 220
  • MATH 125

    • MATH 125 A - KNE 210
    • MATH 125 B - KNE 220
    • MATH 125 C - ARC 147
    • MATH 125 D - KNE 120
    • MATH 125 G - KNE 110

What

These exams are written jointly by the instructors and graded jointly by the instructors and TAs. Check with your instructor for further information.

Preparing for the Final Exam

This is a closed book exam. You may bring a Ti-30x IIS Calculator. No other electronic items are to be used during the exam. You may bring one handwritten 8.5 x 11 inch sheet of notes; writing is allowed on both sides.

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.

Picking up the Graded Final

Your instructor or TA will inform you of the procedure for picking up your final exam after it is graded.
Caution: If you are offered the option of having your exam placed outside an office door, be aware that this option carries the risk of having your exam stolen. If you choose this option, then pick up your exam within a few days.


 

MATH 126

When and Where

All finals for Math 126 will be on Saturday, June 3, 2017 from 5:00pm until 7:50pm. The room where your class takes the final exam will be listed below. Please make sure you attend the correct section. If you take and submit your final in a room other than the one your section has been assigned to, you will automatically be given a "0" on your final.

Rooms of Finals for Math 126 -- June 3, 2017 at 5:00pm
  • MATH 126

    • MATH 126 A - KNE 130
    • MATH 126 B - KNE 130
    • MATH 126 C - KNE 120
    • MATH 126 D - KNE 110
    • MATH 126 E - SMI 120/102
    • MATH 126 F - SMI 205/211/304
    • MATH 126 G - ARC 147

What

These exams are written jointly by the instructors and graded jointly by the instructors and TAs. Check with your instructor for further information.

Preparing for the Final Exam

This is a closed book exam. You may bring a Ti-30x IIS Calculator. No other electronic items are to be used during the exam. You may bring one handwritten 8.5 x 11 inch sheet of notes; writing is allowed on both sides.

Photo I.D.

You should bring your student I.D. to the exam. You may also be asked for personal identification that has your photo on it. (These can be obtained from the Department of Motor Vehicles whether or not you have a driver's license.)

Picking up the Graded Final

Your instructor or TA will inform you of the procedure for picking up your final exam after it is graded.
Caution: If you are offered the option of having your exam placed outside an office door, be aware that this option carries the risk of having your exam stolen. If you choose this option, then pick up your exam within a few days.

 

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