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Get ready for the Final Exam

Get ready for Exam #2 by attending our Exam Review Sessions on Sunday, April 23 and Friday, April 28. Both sessions will start at 3:00pm in 206 Armstrong Hall.

Can't make it to a review session? Tyr watching our Exam Review Project video.

Final Exam schedule

CS101 follows the WVU Final Exam Schedule. To find out when the exam will be for your section, check the WVU Final Exam Schedule.

Students may contact their instructor to request an early makeup exam in Open Lab in 219 Armstrong Hall on Thursday, April 27 or Friday, April 28. This is the only opportunity to take the Final Exam early.

Fall 2017 major restrictions

Due to limited capacity, all Fall 2017 sections of CS101 have major restrictions. At the present time, we can only enroll students in majors that specifically require CS101 for graduation for Fall.

Our online and on-campus Summer 2017 sections are open to all students. Summer's a great time to get your GEC/GEF requirements out of the way by taking CS101.

MyITLab Lesson G grades posted

Grades including MyITLab Lesson G were posted to the CS101 gradebook on Friday, April 21. Students should have earned 190 points if all work was done on-time. If you cannot see your grade, it may be that you did not set your Student ID correctly. See the Setting Student IDs page for instructions on how to fix your Student ID.

Give us your feedback to help improve CS101

CS101 would like to hear from you about what your experience in the course this semester. Your detailed, honest feedback on our anonymous survey will help us make the course better. You can complete the survey here.

Earn bonus points with MyITLab Bonus Projects

During the semester, students can earn up to 60 bonus points by completing the MyITLab Bonus Projects available in MyITLab. The bonus projects are due on Friday, April 28.

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