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Section 7D1 will have its exam on Wednesday, May 30, 2018 at 9:00 AM.
Requests for make-up exams must be received within 36 hours of the scheduled exam time.
This assignment is worth 100 points. A grading rubric is provided at the end of the assignment instructions.
Help & Resources
If you are taking an on-campus course, you should plan to take the exam with one of the on-campus CS 101 sections. They meet at 9 am and 12:30 pm in room 206 Armstrong Hall on the downtown Morgantown campus. You will need to let me know that you plan to do this. Please notify me by email by 5/23/18.
If you are not taking another on-campus course, you may take the exam remotely. I will need you to designate a proctor (someone who can give the exam to you). I will need that person's email address by 5/23/18. If you are taking the exam remotely with a proctor, the exam will open at 9 am and close at 11:55 pm. You will be given the same amount of time to complete the exam as an on-campus section.
Associated Learning Objectives
This assignment covers the following course and unit learning objectives:
|C01||Build spreadsheets to perform calculations, display data, conduct analysis, and explore what-if scenarios.|
|C05||Identify, access, and evaluate information to solve real world problems.|
|C01.ED02||Create and manage workbooks, worksheets, and their data.|
|C01.ED03||Format worksheets and cells to create professional reports.|
|C01.ED04||Write formulas using cell references and functions to calculate data.|
|C01.ED05||Use tables and PivotTables to organize data.|
|C01.ED06||Use charts, PivotCharts, and sparklines to present data in a graphical format.|
|C01.ED07||Use what-if analysis tools to project future values and prepare different scenarios.|
|C05.ED01||Locate and access data and resources necessary to solve problems.|
|C05.ED08||Interpret and analyze spreadsheet data|