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Unformatted text preview: – if you run out of time, put something down for every problem, explain your procedure. 6. Budget your time wisely : • Work on a problem until you get stuck. • Think about it a minute and if nothing comes, move on. • Don’t spend 30 minutes for 5 additional points and leave a 20 point problem undone. • Come back if time permits. 7. Keep your work legible – correct answers may not receive full credit if the procedure is unlegible. 8. Seek clarifications to any questions – it never hurts to ask. 9. Don’t panic – relax, take a few deep breaths and return to work. 10. Use extra time to check answers – are they reasonable? Use your engineering estimate. 11. Indicate any unreasonable answers – then at least your instructor will know you recognize there is a mistake in your solution. 12. Hand in your test on time – don’t force your instructor to wrestle you to the floor to get your test....
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- Summer '08
- 30 Minutes, old exam problems, EXAM TIPS PREPARATION