CS 135: Designing Functional Programs


This page will contain information on the times, dates, locations, and coverage of the midterm and final examinations, as soon as those are stabilized. (For information on grade calculations and requirements and missed work, see the Grading page.)

For all exams, you will be assigned a specific seat (designated by a row and a column) in a specific room and building. You must go to the building, room and seat that we have assigned. See below.

Exams are closed-book; no aids are allowed (not even calculators).

The best way to study is to write out complete solutions to practice questions from the textbook, lectures, assignments and/or tutorials, without looking at solutions, then use DrRacket to check them. It's also worthwhile to think of your own questions, either for your use or to exchange with friends. Schedule your studying over as long a period of time as you can manage, and don't make any individual study session too short or too long. There are more details in the Survival Guide available on the Handouts page.

You must bring your WatCard to all exams and check your assigned seat at the link below.

Assigned Exam Seating

The midterm and final exams in this course will use assigned seating with individual student names printed on the front page of the exam paper. You must sit in your designated room and seat at the exam paper with your name on it.

Look up your exam information when it becomes available (3 business days before a midterm date and before the start of the final exam period for finals) so you will know where to go.

The information about your seating will show
the exam (e.g. CS 1xx Midterm 1),
the date and start time (e.g. 2016-10-03 19:00:00),
the building and room (e.g. MC 2034) and
the seat (e.g. B-4).
*Please check all carefully*. Do not mix up your exam times/days!!
For most rooms (but not the PAC), the seat code indicates the row letter and column number, from the front left corner of the room - for example, B-4 would be the second row from the front of the room and the fourth seat from the left when facing the front of the room.

Crowdmark Note:

We will usually use Crowdmark for grading our exams and distributing midterm results to students. For this course (and many others) Crowdmark associates an exam with a student by their Quest Username (maximum 8 characters) @uwaterloo.ca (NOT @edu.uwaterloo.ca) email. When Crowdmark sends exam results to this email address it is resolved by your Mail Routing Address in WatIAM. If you have more then one email account in Crowdmark (e.g. @edu.uwaterloo.ca) then you can merge the accounts so that all your Crowdmark assessments are visible under any of your Crowdmark accounts; follow account merging instructions.

Last modified on Thursday, 25 April 2019, at 23:12 hours.