Information for Exam 1
Information for Exam 2
Information for Final Exam
What is the percent error for this exam? Sometimes I get answers off by 1/100 and I am not sure if they will be counted wrong.
I think they're generous with margin of error, as long as you keep g between 9.8 and 10 and round trig to 2 or 3 decimals.
Anyone have any good study tips for this specific exam besides practice exams? I know last time I did mostly practice exams but I am looking for alternate ways to study so I can best prepare myself.
Hey, I revisted some slides and lecture recordings so I could better understand the topics I had some difficulty in.
Will there be a blank exam posted on Brightspace to print out before the exam for those who don't have close access to a printer? I assume that the blank exam for exam 1 is only specific to exam 1.
Yeah, my professor sent the blank exam yesterday I believe. You probably have it already
What would someone say after reviewing the past exams and notes is something else that I can study in order to be fully prepared for the exam?
Under "Lecture Example Solutions" on this blog there are links to problem tutorials from each chapter. If you struggle with a particular subject, these are a really helpful way to see how to solve problems relating to that subject.
Sorry if this is a bit late, but maybe it will help someone later down the line.
When is Exam 2 going to be graded?
After the second exam, does anyone know if there is any type of curve in this class?
I don't think there's any curve, they did mention maybe lowering the cut offs by a point or two, but to not rely on that.
I would recommend meeting with your professor if you have any concerns. They would be insightful.
Yeah, I don't remeber there being a curve on the class. I only know that they will put the most "weight" in either your midterms or final, whichever you do better
Yeah, according to the syllabus whichever you do better in will be 55% of your grade. And the grading scale is a few points below the standard cutoffs.
Does anyone know if the final exam will lean towards a certain area, be heavier towards end of semester material, or if it'll be evenly distributed?
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