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by: Vivien Bradtke V


Vivien Bradtke V
Texas A&M
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A. Collins

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This 2 page Study Guide was uploaded by Vivien Bradtke V on Wednesday October 21, 2015. The Study Guide belongs to MATH 142 at Texas A&M University taught by A. Collins in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 24 views. For similar materials see /class/226022/math-142-texas-a-m-university in Mathematics (M) at Texas A&M University.

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Date Created: 10/21/15
Exam Rules 0 O 00 Bring a picture id Leave your stuff against the wall All you should have with you are picture id pencilseraser and your calculator There will seating charts posted at the back of the room Please clear your calculator memory before exam they will be checked during the exam Directions for clearing the memory are on our course web page at the bottom under Calculator help Study Tips 9 O O O I write your exams I also write the class notes and the written homework so these are very bene cial things to study as far as getting used to how l word questions concepts andor examples that I think are important etc Be sure that you understand what39s going on in the notes and how to work all the examples and homework problems Also be sure you can answer why in addition to how If you don39t know ask You can expect the overall difficultly level of the exam to be comparable to the written homework Once the I post the cover sheet of the exam I recommend that you take a few minutes before the exam to read through it It39s up to you how many problems to work in preparation usually the more practice problems you work the more comfortable you feel headed in to the exam For additional practice problems you can turn to our book our coursepage gt under Supplemental Problems there is a link to Departmental supplemental problems which were written by Joe Kahlig another 142 instructor The difficultly level is slightly higher than the problems in the book and the answers are provided so you can check yourself under Supplementary Assistance there are links to past weekin reviews which have the problems and usually also the solutions to other instructor39s reviews This includes a link to the weekin reviews that I wrote fall of 2007 including exam reviews V gtquotquotquotkAt some point before the exam ideally a couple of days before the exam so you still have time to come in and ask me questions you should BE SIMULATING TEST CONDITIONS What I mean by that is at some point you need to work problems completely by yourself no notes no book no tutor no friend as you39ll have to work them on the exam You should maybe even time yourself to make sure you39re only taking 5 min or so on each problem This is critical to working problems successfully on an exam gtltgtltgtlt So to recap if you39re completely unsure of how to start studying my recommendations are as follows Review all class notes make sure formulas are memorized and you know how to work all examples and why they39re worked that way Review all homework This includes iLRN assignments your take home quizzes and the weekly homework that I39ve posted To practice new problems from a particular section turn to my fall 2007 weekinreviews andor Joe Kahlig39s supplemental problems from that section Try working them first with no notes book help etc A day or two before the exam print off my Night Before Drill 1 from fall 2007 on the weekinreview link and take it as a practice exam Give yourself 2 hours You can use this to both practice getting unstuck on problems and to diagnose the sections you could use some last minute practice Any questions Just let me know Drop by my office hours or send me an email acollinsmathtamuedu


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