Math 241, Section E1H, Fall 2013, Final Exam Information

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12/22/13 Math 241, Section E1H, Fall 2013, Final Exam Information www.math.illinois.edu/~stefanm/math241-fa13-final.html 1/4 Math 241, Section E1H, Fall 2013 Final Exam Information and Study Guide General Information Final exam date, time, and location : The exam will be given on Monday, 16 December 2013, 1:30 - 4:30 pm in the usual room 343 Altgeld Hall. This is the university assigned final exam slot for classes meeting on Mondays at 1 pm. As mentioned at the beginning of the semester, the university is very strict in enforcing its final exam dates. In particular, you cannot take the final at a different date/time to accommodate travel plans. Final exam conflict policy : If you are in a "three consecutive finals" situation, you are entitled to a conflict exam for one of the three classes involved. The university has specific rules on which class has to provide the conflict exam. You can read all about it in Article 3 Part 2 of the Student Code , but the upshot is that large classes take priority over small classes (in the sense of having to provide a make-up exam to the student) and classes which have scheduled conflict exams take priority over those that don't (ours does not). If you are in a "three consecutive finals" situation and none of the other two classes involved is larger than our class (which has around 30 students), you may be entitled to a makeup final for this class. In this case, you should contact me by email ([email protected]) immediately, providing details about the three classes (course/section numbers, final exam times, and any conflict exams offered). Office hours : I will be in my office in 3 Coble Hall on the morning of the exam. You can also make an appointment to meet with me on Friday of this week. I am happy to answer questions by email, but keep in mind that email is best suited for quick, nontechnical questions (e.g., do we have to know XYZ?); for technical questions that require a lengthy explanation it's better to ask in person.
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