PHYS 102 :: Physics Illinois :: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Final Exam dates are scheduled: Friday, May 6, 8am - 11am (A1) or Monday, May 9, 7pm-10pm (A2). You will be automatically signed up for the exam date corresponding to your lecture time; if you want to instead take the other exam you must sign up in the gradebook. The last day to change your exam time is 5pm on Wednesday May 4 (This is a final time - it is set by University Policy).
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have a double conflict.
**Make sure your gradebook is up to date! The last day to request an EX is Thursday, May 5**
The final exam will be held on Friday, May 6, 8am - 11am (A1) or Monday, May 9, 7pm-10pm (A2). It will last 3 hours and consist of 45 questions (double the amount for a midterm exam). The final will be cumulative and will cover all units evenly. Note that approximately 25% will cover material from after the 3rd Midterm. It is important that you start reviewing material early. Cramming is not an effective way to review physics concepts. Here are some useful resources to help you prepare:
- Some suggested study tips.
- The equation sheet that you will be provided for the exams.
- Study sheets to help you review series & parallel circuits, RC circuits, right-hand rules, Lenz' & Faraday's law and the Mirrors and Lenses.
- An OPTIONAL homework set on Quantum & Nuclear Physics available in ByteShelf.
- Practice midterm exams from past semesters are available in print and on the course website. Please be aware that the curriculum has changed over the years, so some material covered in past exams will not be relevant to you. Written solutions are available for most of the practice exams on Prof. Oono's site. Video solutions of selected exams are also available in ByteShelf (scroll down to "Hour Exams' Solutions").
- An extra "practice exam" on late-semester material (Lects. 22-28).
- A list of extra practice questions (listed by lecture) from the course textbook, "College Physics" by Giambattista.
The “Schedule” link shows all of the course activities and when they are due. When in doubt, check this link.
Please register your i>clicker in the student gradebook.
Be sure to refer to the i>clicker information page for more information.
Please submit your excused absence no later than 12 business days from your absence via the Excused Absences application. For more information regarding this course's excuses policy, please refer to the Attendance Policy page.
All activities in this course, including documentation submitted for petition for an excused absence, are subject to the Academic Integrity rules as described in Article 1, Part 4, Academic Integrity, of the Student Code.
"Delayed feedback" homework problem grading
This is to clarify how the "Delayed Feedback" homework problems work (these are the ones with the little stopwatch next to them). Before the first deadline for each homework assignment (indicated by the red box on your ByteShelf calendar view), the system will not tell you whether your answers to these questions are right or wrong. You can answer a question as many times as you like (up to 100 tries each), and you can view the help videos as many times as you like. When the first deadline passes your grade on these questions will be based on the last answer you submitted before the deadline.
If you have one of these Delayed Feedback questions wrong at the first deadline you still have until the second deadline - a week later - to correct it. The system will now tell you whether your answer is right or wrong when you hit the submit button. Given that these are multiple choice questions it is not very difficult to get them all correct at this point. If a question is incorrect at the first deadline but correct before the second deadline, you will get back 80% of the credit for it.