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152finalexamMemofa11

152finalexamMemofa11 - MA 15200 FINAL EXAM Memo Tuesday...

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MA 15200 FINAL EXAM Memo Tuesday, December 13 th , 2011, 10:20 AM (2 hour exam) Location: Lambert Fieldhouse ** Bring your Purdue ID, appropriate TI-30xa calculator, and pencils/erasers with you to the final exam. ** Arrive 10 to 15 minutes early in order to find your seat and get your lap board. ** Know the calculator policy. Students can only use a TI-30xa scientific calculator. No other scientific calculator, graphing calculator, or programmable calculator will be allowed. Cell phones cannot be used for a calculator (in fact, cell phones must be put away and turned off). If a student does not bring their own appropriate approved calculator, he/she may have to take the exam without a calculator. No sharing of calculators is allowed. Instructors may not have enough extra calculators for all students. 1) Every student has an assigned seat in Lambert Fieldhouse. Please know your row/seat of your instructor’s section when you arrive. If you do not know your seat assignment prior to the exam, please email your instructor. Attendance will be taken. 2) The final exam is cumulative (comprehensive) and covers every lesson and all content covered during the semester. 3) There are 30 multiple-choice problems on the exam. The exam will be machine graded. No partial credit will be given. Double check answers before turning in your scantron (answer sheet). Also, you will be asked to circle the answers on your exam. The exam will be graded in the unlikely event of your scantron being lost or destroyed by the machine. Unlike previous exams, you will turn in both the exam and the scantron. Do not walk out with the exam. 4) The exam is twice as long as regular exams. Therefore, you will have twice as much time, 120 minutes. The time pressure on students to finish the exam in the two hours is little different than what you have experienced on the midterm exams.
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