- The final exam will be held during the exam period -
December 5 until December 20. Saturdays are included
in the exam schedule.

- It will cover the entire syllabus for the course.
- If the exam is scheduled - you can find it here.
- We remind you that it is your responsibility to get to the correct exam at the correct location at the correct time. Check and recheck your exam times and places.
- You should not plan any travel until the date of your exams are known.
- We will
**not**organize a special exam for you just because the flight you booked leaves before the exam. - See "Course policies" below about what to do if you are unable to attend the final exam.

- Student services has some helpful tips for dealing with exam related stress on this page.

- * It is completely your responsibility to check the exam
time and location: check your UBC calendar.

The Final Exam style:

The format will be similar to the quizzes, although we have 150 min worth of problems.

We will have Type I, II and III problems.

Type I: Short length problems. This is similar to the problem 1 in the quizzes, but, sometimes longer. The credits will be given mainly for the correct answer, and no partial mark will be given. But, you STILL have to SHOW your WORK to earn marks; this is different from quiz problem 1. You have to read the problems very carefully, as there will be no partial mark given if you make mistakes in this part.

— There are many short problems worth from 1 to 2 marks, total worth of 30points.

Type II: Medium length problems. This is similar to the problem 2 in the quizzes, sometimes a bit longer. You must show all your work to earn marks. Partial marks will be given.

— There are 6 problems, each worth 4 marks, total worth of 24 points.

Type III: This is similar to the problem 3 in the quizzes, sometimes longer or harder. You must show all your work to earn marks. Partial marks will be given.

— There are about 6 problems, each worth 6 — 10 marks, total worth of 46 points.

You will be given 4 extra pages. It is important that when you write a solution on these pages, you have to indicate in the *original problem page*, the page number your solution is located. In other words, indicate in both pages, to which page and from what problem you are continuing.

Note that a few type I problems might be more difficult than some type II or III problems.

However, most type III problems are longer than type I or II problems.

**Old exams**- hosted on the Mathematics Department website.**A wiki of old exams**- developed by mathematics graduate students.