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Exam 2

Assignment Instructions

Your instructor will provide instructions for accessing the exam.

Submissions

You must submit your completed file(s) through the CS101 Submit Assignments tool.

Exam Times

Section 7D1 will have its exam on Tuesday, June 19, 2018 at 9:00 AM.

Requests for make-up exams must be received within 36 hours of the scheduled exam time.

Grades

This assignment is worth 100 points. A grading rubric is provided at the end of the assignment instructions.

Help & Resources

Assignment Notes

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:

Number Learning Objective
C02 Design and construct databases to store, extract, and analyze scientific and real world data.
C05 Identify, access, and evaluate information to solve real world problems.
C02.AC01 Design databases to store real world information.
C02.AC02 Create and manage databases and their data.
C02.AC03 Create and modify tables and associated relationships.
C02.AC04 Design and construct queries to extract needed information from a database.
C02.AC05 Build forms and reports to facilitate access to data.
C05.AC06 Interpret and analyze database query results to perform calculations and answer questions.
C05.ED01 Locate and access data and resources necessary to solve problems.