Math 21a, Fall 2007
Exams page of Math 21a, Multivariable Calculus
Office: SciCtr 434
- The mean of the final exam was 74/100 points.
- The standard deviation was 10.1 points (also here exam grades normalized to 100)
- Exam solutions
The final exam took place on Jan 17 at 2:15 PM in Science center C and D.
The final exam schedule directed students with names A-L to Science Center C,
and students with names M-Z go to Science Center D.
- The first global review date was Thursday, Jan 10, at 2-3:30 PM in Hall C. It covered material until the second midterm.
- The second global review date: Friday, Jan 11, at 2-3:30 PM in Hall C covered the rest of the material: integration and integral theorems
- The final exam took place Thursday, Jan 17, at 2:15 PM in Halls C (A-L)and D (M-Z)
The final exam in exam group 1 is a three-hour final exam administered
by the Exams Office for all enrolled students. As such
the exam is subject to the following criteria:
- All students enrolled in the course are required without exception
to attend the exam administered by the FAS Exams Office. Students not
present at this exam will receive a grade of ABS for the course.
- Instructors may not approve or administer a makeup exam to any
student absent from the exam. Makeup exams may only be approved by the
Administrative Board for undergraduates or the Deputy Registrar for graduate
students, Special Students, or cross-registered students and will be
administered by the FAS Exams Office during the scheduled makeup exam period.
- The mean of the second exam was 80.1 points.
- The standard deviation was 9.3 points.
- Exam solutions
The second hourly took place Thursday, Nov 15, 2007, Hall A, E and SC 507 from
7-8:30 PM. Seating was Hall A: A-La, Hall E: Le-Wa,
SC 507 We-Z.
Official policy at Havard is that "out of sequence exams" are
only offered for students observing religious holidays. We
sometimes can accomodate students who happen to have an important sports event
at the same time (it must be an actual game or tournament) or
a concert or theater event (regular practice or rehearsals of course
do not qualify to miss the exam) or a political election event (for which you
are a major candidate). In case of a qualifying conflict,
contact the course head to see whether it is possible to arrange
the exam earlier at the same day. We will need a letter from your
coach or director. The request has to come at least a week before