Test 1 is on Nov. 1. The Test 1 Announcement includes what you are responsible for, where you are going to write the test, and other information.
Quizzes begin in tutorial the week of October 3. Consult the quiz schedule below. If you are not yet in a tutorial, contact the course coo-ordinator by attending his office hours Mon. 1:30-3 in BA6252.
NEW THIS YEAR: The one and only calculator you will be permitted to use on quizzes, tests, and exams is the TI-30XIIS. NO OTHER CALCULATOR OF ANY KIND WILL BE PERMITTED.
For help outside tutorials until they get going: MATH AID CENTRE HOURS
The new quiz schedule is posted below.
Please read Test Return
Familiarize yourself with this course by reading the course information and the course outline below. You will also find old term tests and exams, as well as supplementary materials for the course if you browse around.
For help with reviewing pre-calculus math for MAT133Y, try the tests, tutorials and sample problems in preparing for calculus You can ignore the section on trig.
Please read Test Return
Students with regularly scheduled classes during the Test times will have an opportunity to write the tests. Here's how.
Your tests are returned to you in the tutorial for which you are REGISTERED. After that, you can get them from A. Igelfeld during his office hours. If you have any questions about the marking or addition of marks, you must have returned your paper to the TA during the same tutorial that you received it. If you took it away with you, no one will look at it afterwards. The TA will return the paper to A. Igelfeld, and WHEN YOU COME TO DISCUSS IT, YOUR PAPER WILL BE LOOKED AT. If you don't come, no corrections will be made. TAs CANNOT change your mark, even if they want to, so don't argue with them. Neither can your lecturer. Come and argue with me (Igelfeld) about the test.
You should be registered in a tutorial. Quizzes will take place in tutorial, and your marks will only be recorded if you attend the correct tutorial.
Quiz Schedule including what you are responsible for on each quiz.
Aside from tutorials, there are MATH AID CENTRE HOURS for those who need help.
BE SURE YOU HAVE READ THIS AT LEAST ONCE.
Supplementary Material - Sections 1-6 Material not in the textbook but included in the course.
old term tests with solutions.
old exams with solutions (at the end of each exam, after the blank copy).
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