Exam Schedule

See the syllabus for the exam schedule.

General Guidance for Exam Questions

The course's assessment plan has a generic set of questions that are useful for studying for exams. Also, the code examples web page provides examples for the material that may be helpful in studying; to use these examples as problems, look at the testing files first, then write code and compare with our solution.

Exam Study Guides

As each exam approaches, a study guide link will appear below.

  1. Study guide for exam 1.
  2. Study guide for exam 2.
  3. Study guide for exam 3.
  4. Study guide for exam 4 (the final).

Standard Exam Instructions

For exams about Python programming, you will be permitted one sheet of paper of notes. However exams about C programming will be closed book and notes.

The following instructions will appear in the instructions for each of the exams.

If you need more space, use the back of a page. Note when you do that on the front.

Before you begin, please take a moment to look over the entire test so that you can budget your time.

Clarity is important; if your programs are sloppy and hard to read, you may lose some points. Correct syntax also makes a difference for programming questions. You will lose points if you do not use good style when writing programs!

You are encouraged to define helping functions not specifically asked for if they are useful to your programming; however, if they are not built-in to the language or its base environment, then you must write them into your test.

During the test, if you need more space for an answer, use the back of a page. Note when you do that on the front.

Old Exams

The old-exams directory contains directories of old exams given in this and previous semesters.

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Last modified Sunday, April 23, 2017.

This web page is for COP 3223H at the University of Central Florida. The details of this course are subject to change as experience dictates. You will be informed of any changes. Please direct any comments or questions to Gary T. Leavens at Leavens@ucf.edu. Some of the policies and web pages for this course are quoted or adapted from other courses I have taught.