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CMPT 276 Spring 2013 (D100 Surrey) - Dr. Fraser
Final Exam Info
For CMPT 276, Spring 2013 with Dr. Fraser
Final exam on Saturday, April 20th 2013 at noon (12pm) in SUR 3090.
Designed for 2 hours, but you'll have 3 hours to write.
May not be able to write exam if later than 60 minutes.
Makeup exam requires completed
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Course material summary.
Lectures: Cumulative for whole course.
Textbook material not covered in lecture is not testable; textbook may give better understanding of topics we covered.
Assignments 1-6. See course material summary for specifics of Android programming.
Resources in Exam
No aids permitted: no textbooks, calculators, dictionaries, cell-phones, pocket-gnome, poll-the-audience, or ask-a-friend.
I will be happy to explain non-technical terms.
Some multiple choice. Warning: These tend to be challenging questions!
Some short answer.
Understand, explain, and writing Java and/or UML.
Exam written on paper: no computers.
Extra Instructor Office Hours
Wednesday, April 17th 1pm-3pm.
Friday, April 19th 1pm-3pm.
Email also OK, but response time may be unreliable.
Find a seat with an exam.
Do not sit near your friends or study-mates: they think like you do!
If you like to look around, then sit at the front.
Your Student ID
Writing tools: pens, pencils, eraser, whiteout...
Water bottle, cookies...
Put everything else at the front of the room.
Cell phones off and at front. Not for checking time.
Fill out the front of the exam.
Any academic dishonesty may lead to a grade of 0 for the entire exam.
Touching a cell phone during the exam will be considered academic dishonesty.
Communicate only with a TA or the instructor.
Do not look around room at other students.
When thinking, look up, not around the room.
Cover your paper as much as reasonably possible.
You have 180 minutes once told to begin.
You may not leave the exam during the first 60 minutes, or the last 30 minutes.
Final Exam Viewing
Tuesday, April 23rd 10am-noon.
I'm happy to discuss marking and correct marking errors.
Negotiating/insisting on more marks will lead to a remark of entire exam. Grade may go up or down!
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