Written by Nick Troccoli, based on documents by Julie Zelenski, Marty Stepp and others
Friday, December 13th, 8:30AM-11:30AM
If you need a laptop for the exam, you must let us know by Wednesday 12/4 @ 11:59PM PST. Limited charging outlets will be available during the exam.
The final exam will be held our registrar-scheduled exam time: Friday, December 13, 8:30AM-11:30AM. For the final exam, there will be no alternate time, except for those with relevant official university athletics or Office of Accessible Education accommodations, so please make sure that you can attend the final exam at the specified time before enrolling in the class.
The exams are designed to assess your mastery of the course learning objectives, with a particular emphasis on material that was prominent in the lectures, assignments and labs.
The exam is closed-book. You may bring a double-sided US-Letter-sized (8.5"x11") page of your own prepared notes. The exam will include a reference sheet of essential details such as prototypes for standard library functions (e.g.,
malloc), as well as an additional reference sheet with the common x86-64 assembly instructions.
You will take your exam electronically, using our custom BlueBook exam software, which you can run on your computer if you have one. If you do not have access to a laptop for the exam that can run BlueBook, please contact the course staff as soon as possible. You cannot access notes, run other applications, use the Internet, nor use any other electronic devices during the exam.