14 Final Review II

  • Start: Monday, April 26
  • End: Friday, April 30

14.1 Summary

This week we will continue reviewing for the final exam.

14.2 Learning Objectives

After completing this week, you are expected to be able to:

  • Understand the logistics of the final exam.
  • Gain confidence in your abilities going into the final exam.

14.3 Reading

No new reading this week.

14.4 Video

Title and Slides Link Mirror
14.1 - Homework 08 14.1 - YouTube 14.1 - ClassTranscribe

14.5 Assignments

Assignment Deadline Credit
Exam 02 Monday, May 10 100%

14.6 Office Hours

Staff and Link Day Time
Zoom with David Monday 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Zoom with Rentian Wednesday 8:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Zoom with David Thursday 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Zoom with Rentian Friday 8:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Piazza Any! Any!

14.7 Exam Information

Exam 02 will take place on Monday, May 10 at 1:30 PM Champaign time. The exam will use the CBTF Online for proctoring and Gradescope for submission. You will be given three hours to complete the exam.

Please navigate to the CBTF website ASAP, associate yourself with the course, and register for the exam:

After that, please read the documentation carefully:

14.7.1 Date and Times

The exam will take place on:

  • Monday, May 10, 1:30 PM, Champaign Time

14.7.2 Format

The exam will administered through a combination of the CBTF Online and Gradescope. It will mirror completing a homework type assignment, but within the exam window. The exam itself will be downloadable as a part of the CBTF check-in process. Like a homework, you will need to upload a PDF or images, so be sure to leave yourself time at the end to complete this step.

14.7.3 Content

The exam will cover all course content that precedes the exam. While technically cumulative, the exam will focus on the materials covered in Homework 06 through Homework 10.

14.7.4 Allowed Resources

When you open the exam, there will be a list of allowed resources. That list will include:

  • Pens, pencils, erasers, and blank scratch paper.
  • A laptop for logging into the CBTF Scheduler and obtaining your exam.
  • A phone or tablet for running Zoom for proctoring. This may also be used to take photos of a paper exam at the end of the exam.
  • A calculator.
  • A student-created single-sheet formula sheet is allowed. (You may use both sides.)
    • You are not expected to know densities, means, variances, etc for well-known distributions. If they are needed, they will be provided.
  • Symbolab, WolframAlpha, or Mathematica for assistance with calculations.
  • Any websites necessary to create and upload relevant files to Gradescope.
    • Once these have been accessed, you should not change any answer or add any work to your exam.
  • R and RStudio.

You will not have access to:

  • Any additional notes, course materials, or additional websites.

Also note that unfortunately you may not use a tablet to digitally ink your exam response or as scratch paper.

14.7.5 DRES Accommodations

If you have accommodations identified by the Division of Rehabilitation-Education Services (DRES) for exams, please email your Letter of Accommodations to Carleen Sacris, CBTF Manager, at .

14.7.6 Academic Integrity

In short, do not cheat. Any policies of the CBTF are the policies of this course, and academic integrity infractions related to the CBTF are infractions in this course. In addition to the Academic Integrity policies outlined by the CBTF, STAT 510 will hold itself to a higher standard.

Even with the use of the CBTF Online, we will not easily be able to detect all cheating. If we do detect cheating, that means it will have been an extremely flagrant violation and we will seek the maximum possible punishment which at minimum would be a failing grade for the course. PrairieLearn will ask you to accept an “honor code” at the start of the exam. You have been warned. Act accordingly.

14.7.7 Technology

Because you are using your own computer for this exam, you should be sure that your R and RStudio are setup and ready to go.