Final Exam - Important Information

  • The Final Exam will take place during 9:00 - 12:00 on April 12. Please see the Registrar's webpage for further details regarding location, seating, etc.

  • The exam will be in the form of a multiple-choice test and will consist of about 30 questions, each with 5 possible answers (only one correct). Some questions may concern MATLAB programming, although you will not be required to write computer programs. Material not covered in Tests #1 and #2 will be weighted more heavily. Note that questions will be worth 1 or 2 points, i.e., some questions will have a higher weight than other.

  • The material not covered in Test #1 and #2 will be worth about 60% of the mark.

  • Two sample exams are available here and here; note, however, that these sample exams have a slightly different coverage and a different format; please also make sure to review sample problems listed here.

  • The tests will be computer-graded; please make sure to review the instructions concerning correct filling out the computer cards; note that you will need an HB pencil.

  • There will be a review session before the Final Exam. It will take place during 15:00 - 17:00 on April 9. Please see the following table for classroom and seating information.


    Student's Last Name (range)





  • A calculator will be required for the test (only the McMaster Standard Calculator Casio FX991MS is allowed)