# Exam Info

## Final

### The final is on Monday, May 3 at 5.30 - 8.30pm at McConomy Auditorium in the UC. There will be a review session on Saturday, May 1 at 3pm in Weh 7500.

The final will be comprehensive, covering material from the entire semester. As usual, it will be an open book/open notes exam.

Here are some old finals to help you study: Fall 01 (solutions) Spring 02 (solutions) Fall 02 (solutions) Fall 03 (solutions)

## Exam 2

### If the first letter of your andrew id begins with an 'a' through 'i', you will take the exam in WeH 7500, while the rest will take the exam in DH 2210.

Here are the exam solutions.

The statistics for the exam are as follows:
```Variable             N         N*       Mean     Median     TrMean      StDev
all                159          6     48.170     49.000     48.203     11.975

Variable       SE Mean    Minimum    Maximum         Q1         Q3
all              0.950      6.000     73.000     39.000     57.000
```

The exam will cover these topics:

• Virtual Memory
• Cache Structure
• System I/O
• Exceptional Control Flow
• Signals
• Cache Performance
• This will be an open book/open notes exam.

Here are some old exams to help you study : Spring02 (solutions), Fall02 (solutions), Spring03 (solutions), Fall03 (solutions).

## Exam 1

### The first exam is Thursday, Feb 26 at 9am in Wean 7500 and Doherty Hall 2210. If the first letter of your andrew id begins with an 'a' through 'i', you will take the exam in WeH 7500, while the rest will take the exam in DH 2210.

Here are the exam solutions.

The statistics for the exam is as follows:

```Variable             N         N*       Mean     Median     TrMean     StDev
Grades             165         31      51.31      54.00      51.91     14.51

Variable       SE Mean    Minimum    Maximum         Q1         Q3
Grades            1.13      10.00      76.00      44.00      62.00
```
N* denotes the number of students who didn't get a grade on the exam.

There will be a review session Monday (Feb 23) at 7 - 9 pm in Wean 7500. Bring your questions.

The exam will cover everything up to and including lecture 12.

This will be an open book/open notes exam.

You may find the following problem sets from recitation helpful when studying: assembly (solutions), stack discipline (solutions), floating point (solutions).

You may also want to review past exams: Spring01 (solutions), Fall01 (solutions), Spring02 (solutions), Fall02 (solutions), Spring03 (solutions), Fall03 (solutions).