- All exams are graded and available on Gradescope. Overall grades are on Blackboard.
Exam regrade requests are now available -- all must be submitted by Friday noon to be included in the grades submitted to CUNYFirst.
- The exams given for Spring 2019:
- The exam:
118 North (Assembly Hall)
- It covered the material in:
- Mock Exam: a practice exam will be given in lecture on Tuesday, 14 May (11:10am-12:25pmm, 118HN).
- Past Exams:
- Fall 2018:
- Summer 2018 Exam: Exam
and answer key
- Spring 2018:
- Fall 2017 Exams:
- There is a seating chart for the mock and final exams (seating chart above). See Blackboard for your assigned section. Exams are organized alphabetically in each section.
- The exam is closed book and closed notes.
- When taking the exam, you may have with you
- pens or pencils
- a two-sided 8.5" x 11" page of notes.
- Hunter College photo ID.
- You may not use any electronic devices (phone, computer, calculator, smart watch, etc.).
- You must be enrolled in the course to take the exam.
- Seating is assigned by alphabetically by last name. A map of assigned seats will be available the week before the mock exam.
- When you find your seat, fill in the information sheet and keep out your ID, your note sheet, and pens and pencils.
- Do not open your exam until told to do so.
- After everyone is seated and exam has started, the proctors will check IDs and collect information sheets.
- To get credit for the exam, you will need to also sign out as you turn in your exam.
- To minimize confusion, you will need to wait until all exams have been passed out and IDs checked before you can submit your exam.
How to Prepare
- Make sure you do all the problems that have been
assigned. The problems (or parts of them) make excellent exam
- Work through the past exams. These (or variations of them)
often appear on exams.
- While you can photocopy your one page of notes, preparing it by hand is
an excellent way to study. First, go through each problem and notes from each lecture, and make a list of the important concepts and ideas in each. Then, consolidate your list to fit on a single sheet of paper. Include standard formats or templates for coding constructs and design patterns, as well as samples of recurring themes.