UBC MATH 215/255, Section 102, September-December 2014
- 10.15
- On exam conflict and hardship, a message from Math department secretary Margaret Ness <ness@math.ubc.ca> :
"now that the final exam schedule for December 2014 has been released, students may approach you to say they have an exam conflict or hardship. A conflict can be two exams at one time, or a conflict due to religious practices etc. An exam hardship is defined by UBC as 3 exams WITHIN 24 hours, for example Dec. 5th at 12 noon & 3:30 pm and Dec. 6th at 8:30 am. Please ask these students to email me or come and see me and I will assess their circumstances and arrange for an alternate exam sitting for those with legitimate cases. Do not make alternate arrangements with individual students on your own as we have to treat everyone fairly as defined by UBC Exam Policy. The deadline for reporting conflicts or hardships is one month before the date of the final exam, so, encourage them to contact me sooner rather than later."- 10.10
- Final exam time: Monday DEC 15, 03:30 PM
- 10.08
- First midterm exam average: 20.7 out of 40, of 87 students.
References:
Lecture Time & Location: Mon Wed Fri 9:00am, LSK 200.
Instructor: Dr. Tai-Peng Tsai, Math building
room 109, phone 604-822-2591, ttsai at math.ubc.ca.
Office hours: Mon 4-5:15pm, Tue 11am-12:15pm, and by appointment
(Tsai's schedule).
Other sections: 101 (Henriot), 103 (Shih), 104 (Dontsev), and 105 (Zhao)
Notes:
Resources:
Calendar description:
MATH 215: First-order equations; linear equations; linear systems; Laplace transforms; numerical methods; trajectory analysis of plane nonlinear systems. Applications of these topics will be emphasized.Back to Tsai's homepage or UBC Math.