# 15-213 Fall, 2004: Exam Info

## Final Exam

The final exam will be held on Thurs., Dec. 16 from 5:30 to 8:30 pm.
There are
two rooms for the exam:
The room you should go to will be based on the first letter of your Andrew ID:
- Letters a--j should go to DH 2105
- Letters k--z should go to DH 2210

There will be a review session on Wed., Dec.15 from 1:00 to 3:00 pm in
Wean Hall 7500.
Some rules:

- The exam will be open book and open notes
- You may bring a calculator, but not a laptop, PDA, or any wireless devices.

To help you study for the exam, here are copies of the exams from
previous terms:
Spring01
(solutions),
Fall01
(solutions),
Spring02
(solutions),
Fall02
(solutions).
Spring03 (no solution available).
Fall03
(solutions).
Spring04 (no solution available).
## Exam 2

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Exam 2 will held on Tuesday, November 16 from 9--10:20 am. There are
two rooms for the exam: Wean Hall 7500 (the usual room), and Doherty Hall 2210.
The room you should go to will be based on the first letter of your Andrew ID:
- Letters a--j should go to WeH 7500
- Letters k--z should go to DH 2210

Some rules:
- The exam will be open book and open notes
- You may bring a calculator, but not a laptop, PDA, or any wireless devices.
- The exam will cover all material to date, including last Thursday's lecture on I/O.

To help you study for the exam, here are copies of the exams from
previous terms:
Spring01
(solutions),
Fall01
(solutions),
Spring02
(solutions),
Fall02
(solutions).
Spring03
(solutions),
Fall03
(solutions).
Spring04 (questions & solutions)

These exams show the style and content of typical exam problems, but
remember that we're always coming up with new ideas!

## Exam 1

Here are copies of:
Exam 1 will held on Tuesday, October 12 from 9--10:20 am.
There are two rooms for the exam: Wean Hall 7500 (the usual room), and Wean Hall 5409. You can choose either room.
Some rules:
- The exam will be open book and open notes
- You may bring a calculator, but not a laptop, PDA, or any wireless devices.

The exam will cover the class material up to class #10 on program optimization. It will not include anything on the memory hiearchy.
To help you study for the exam, here are copies of the exams from
previous terms:
Spring01
(solutions),
Fall01
(solutions),
Spring02
(solutions),
Fall02
(solutions).
Spring03
(solutions),
Fall03
(solutions).
Spring04
(solutions),

These exams show the style and content of typical exam problems, but
remember that we're always coming up with new ideas!