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The test will take place on Friday, November 30th, 4-6pm. The test actually starts at 4:10pm, but show up early to get settled if you can.
If you have a conflict there are alternative times to write. In particular, if you have a regularly-scheduled lecture, lab, or tutorial that conflicts with the test, you should attend it and request an accommodation for the test.
If you have been approved to write at a different time, you should have received an email from Alfonso telling you the location. For everybody else, your location depends on your last name:
The test will include the EVT and IVT (Videos 2.21, 2.22), derivatives (Playlist 3), inverse functions and inverse trig functions (Playlist 4), and the MVT and applications (Playlist 5).
You need to understand concepts and to be able to do computations. Keep in mind that when it comes to simple computations, there is no such thing as partial marks. You either can do them or you cannot.
You also need to know the theory. Specifically, you need to be able to:
Please do not ask us for practice tests. You do not need them. The questions we will ask you are no more difficult than the questions we explore in lectures, tutorials, problem sets, and the book. You already have enough material to learn the concepts and practice.
On the day of the test, you need to bring your valid identification (preferably your TCard). Also, you will need to fill in the following information:
Calculators are neither allowed, nor needed in this test.
... then you should have already received an email from Alfonso about an accommodation. Check your email and reply to it.
...email Alfonso. Explain your conflict and provide proof. Include your full name, utoronto email address, and student number.
The deadline to request an accommodation is Friday, November 23.
In case of illness or injury, please see a health care provider right away. You will need to have them fill the University of Toronto Verification of Illness or Injury form. Contact Alfonso as soon as you can (within 24 hours if at all possible, and certainly no later than a week before the test) and bring him the form as soon as it is available. You can email him the form, or give it to him in person in class, or during office hours. If it is going to take you longer to produce the form, email him earlier, and bring the form later when possible.
Please contact Accessibility Services, not us.
In that case, you will get zero on this test.
Between all intructors and TAs in the course, there are 26 weekly hours of office hours.
Do not leave things for the last minute. If you leave your questions for the last couple of days, chances are we will have very limited time to talk to you. In addition, on the day of the test there will be no help of any kind: no office hours, no Math Aid Centre, no answers to emails.
Good luck! We will be thrilled if you all do very well.