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Physics 124

Analytical Physics I-B, Spring 2017

Exams

  • The exam location is based on your last name (see below for locations). You must take the exam in the assigned location and sit in the seat where your name is on the exam. Be sure to plan ahead and reserve sufficient time to travel to locations.
  • You must bring your student ID with you to the exam; it will be checked.
  • You are allowed a calculator, but you are not allowed any communication devices (cell phones, laptops, smart watches, etc.)
  • You are allowed to bring a single 8.5"x11" formula sheet to the exam, but it must be hand written (writing on both sides is permissible). Three sheets are allowed for the final exam.
  • Bring your own #2 pencils.

Review sessions for the common exams are held in the workshops the preceding week. Review sessions for the Final Exam will be announced.

Practice tests and solutions are available through the links below. Note that content this semester is different than corresponding exams in previous years; some material may be covered on the other common hour or final exam in previous years. You can prepare best for the actual exams by working on each problem before looking at its solution. This is strongly recommended: it is not uncommon for people to be able to follow a problem and solution, yet be unable to do a similar problem on the exam when they take it. Exam solutions will be available after the exams.


Conflicts and Makeup Exams

If you have a class schedule conflict with the regular exam, send a message to Prof. Cizewski at least one week prior to the exam and include your official class schedule so that a makeup can be scheduled. If you are sick on the day of the exam, contact Prof. Cizewski that day. Generally everyone needing to take a conflict or makeup exam is expected to take it at the same time.


Common Exam 1: Monday, February 13, 9:50-11:00 PM

Location by first letters of your last name:
Aa to Hz: ARC 103
Ia to Mn: SEC 111 
Mo to Sd: Hill 114
Se to Zz: PHY LH

Content: Lectures 1-3 (inclusive)

Bring pencils, one 8.5x11 sheet of paper with hand written formulae on both sides, and a scientific calculator.  No cell phone calculators, smart watches, or sharing of calculators permitted.

Sample Exam (2014). Solutions.
Sample Exam (2015). Solutions.
Sample Exam (2016). Solutions.
Exam (2017). Solutions.

 


Common Exam 2: Monday, April 3, 9:50-11:00 PM

Location by first letters of your last name:
Aa to Hz: ARC 103
Ia to Mn: SEC 111 
Mo to Sd: Hill 114
Se to Zz: PHY LH

Content: Lectures 4-8 (inclusive)

Bring pencils, one 8.5x11 sheet of paper with hand written formulae on both sides, and a scientific calculator.  No cell phone calculators, smart watches, or sharing of calculators permitted.

Sample Exam (2014). Solutions.
Sample Exam (2015). Solutions.
Sample Exam (2016). Solutions.
Exam (2017). Solutions.

 


Final Exam: Tuesday, May 9, 4:00-7:00 PM

Location by first letter of your last name:
Aa to Jz: CAC Gym Annex
Ka to Sz: CAC Gym
Ta to Zz: Scott 123

Content: All Lectures

Sample Exam (2014). Solutions.
Sample Exam (2015). Solutions.
Sample Exam (2016). Solutions.
Exam (2017). Solutions.

 

 

Lecturer: Prof. John Paul Chou
Course Administrator:
Prof. Jolie Cizewski

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