Exam 2 Format and Topics

Exam 2 Format and Topics - 14:440:127 Fall 2008 Exam 2...

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14:440:127 Fall 2008 Exam 2 November 5 th – November 11 th Logistics: The exam will be held during your normally scheduled recitation section (unless you’ve made alternate arrangements with Blase due to a religious holiday, etc.) You will have 80 minutes to complete the exam. If you’re absent or late for your normal section, you fail (barring a doctor’s note). If you can’t make your normal section, you must clear it with me (and receive a response) by email, in advance. You must bring your Rutgers ID card with you to the exam. Important: Do not log on to your normal engineering accounts when you enter the DSV. You will have special accounts to use just for the exam; these accounts will block access to all programs except Matlab. If you log into your engineering account during the exam time, you will automatically FAIL the exam . Format: (Note that we’ve changed the timing for the sections, and made the written section shorter) The first 20 minutes of the exam will comprise 4 questions for you to answer without using the computer.
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