## Format

All midterm exams will be given in-person in class during your regularly scheduled class time, unless UCONN extends online classes beyond the first two weeks of classes. The final exam will be given during the exam block scheduled by the university (in-person). In the event of make-up exams the use of Lockdown Browser with monitor or WebEx proctoring, both which requires a WebCam may be required. Check with your instructor to see which is required for your class. More information on Lockdown Browser is available.

Exams will consist of multiple choice questions and free response questions. On both type of questions, you will be graded both on the final answer and the work submitted. More details will be given prior to each exam.

**Calculators:**

Graphing calculators: TI 82, 83, 84, 84 plus, 85 or 86 may be used. Models TI-89 and above **(including TI-Nspire)** are not permitted on the exams or quizzes. See this link (from the University of Arizona) for more detailed description of what is and is not allowed (including Casio brand calculators). At your instructors discretion, you may also use the Desmos.com Test Mode app, a free calculator app.

## Exams

There will be three midterm exams and a cumulative final:

- Exam 1:
- Feb 11, during class time
- Worth 15% of your final grade.
- Covers A.1, A.2, A.6 1.1-1.5

- Exam 2:
- March 11, during class time
- Worth 15% of your final grade.
- Covers 3.1-3.4 and 4.1-4.5

- Exam 3:
- April 15 during class time
- Worth 15% of your final grade.
- Covers 5.1-5.6 and 6.1

- Final Exam:
- Final Exam Week. During Final Exam Week during the time scheduled by Registrar’s office.
- Worth 15% of your final grade. Replaces lowest midterm, if score is higher.
- Cumulative. Covers all sections covered during the course.

## Old Exams and Reviews (for Practice)

- See HuskyCT for the most up-to-date review information, including multiple choice exam practice and exam review packets. There are also some older materials posted below if you’d like extra practice.
- Sample Exam 1
- You should NOT expect the actual exam to be too similar to this. Read the important note on the first page.
- Numbers 1,3,4,7 correspond to Exam 1 material.
- Numbers 2,5,8 correspond to Exam 2 material.

- Sample Exam 1 Solutions
- Q-Center Review 1 Questions (from Spring 2020, covers same topics as sample Exam 1)
- Q-Center Review 2 Solutions (from Spring 2020)
- Sample Exam 2
- You should NOT expect the actual exam to be too similar to this. Read the important note on the first page.
- Numbers 1 and 2 correspond to Exam 2 material.
- Numbers 3-8 correspond to Exam 3 material.

- Sample Exam 2 Solutions
- Q-Center Review 2 Questions (from Spring 2020, covers sample topics as Sample Exam 2)
- Q-Center Review 2 Solutions (from Spring 2020)
- Final Exam Review Packet
- Final Exam Review Packet With Space to Write
- Final Exam Review Solutions
- Q-Center Final Exam Review Questions
- Q-Center Final Exam Review Solutions