MAT 131, Spring 2004


May 6: FINAL EXAM. The Final Exam is on

Monday, May 17, 11:00am - 1:30pm.
As always, bring your ID. No calculators allowed on the exam. Here are the room assignments.

Exam locations:
Sections 2-5: ESS 001 (Earth and Space Sciences)
Lecture 2: ESS 131

Review Session. There will be a review session led by Andrew Bulawa on

Wednesday, May 12, 2:00pm in Math 4-130.

March 30: Here is the grade distribution for Midterm II.
85 and above: A
68-84: B
55-67: C
40-54: D
Less than 40: F

March 23: The 2nd Midterm takes place on Monday, March 29, 8:30-10:00pm. As usual, bring your ID's, and no calculators are allowed. Here are the room assignments.

Exam locations:
Sections 2-4: ESS 001
Section 5 and Lecture 2: Old Eng. 143

February 26 The grade distribution for Midterm I is as follows:
80 and above: A
67-79: B
50-66: C
40-49: D
Less than 40: F
If you scored in the low 50's or below, you should seriously consider dropping to MAT 125, which does calculus at a slower pace which may allow you to perform better. Discuss this with your TA and have a look at a 125 class or recitation.
To switch among different calculus classes, all you need is to obtain an add/drop form from the registrar's office. Have your lecturers in 125 and 131 sign the appropriate Add/Drop parts of the form.

February 22: The Midterm I exam will take place on Tuesday, Feb 24, 8:30-10:00pm. Bring your ID. No calculators allowed.

Exam locations:
Sections 2-3: Javits 102
Sections 4-5 and Lecture 2: Old Chem 116

February 15: Your early exam score is available online. Go to to see your score by typing in your name and ID number. It will take a few seconds to load, since the file is large. Be sure to read and take seriously the interpretation of your score discussed below your grade.

February 11: The Early Exam will take place on Wednesday, Feb. 11, 8:30 to 10:00 pm. STUDENTS MUST BRING AN OPSCAN SHEET TO THE EXAM. Opscans are available from the University Bookstore for 30 cents. Students should also bring their student ID to the exam.

Exam locations:
Sections 2-4: ESS 001
Section 5: Harriman Hall 112
Lecture 2: Old Chem 144

More information about the Early Exam. This is out of date regarding dates and places, which should ignore, but has useful old exams.


January 26: Welcome to calculus! Classes start on Monday, January 26. You should go to your first scheduled class, even if it is a recitation. Be sure to read the course information page and ask your instructor or TA if you have any questions about course policies.