The tests are closed book. You may, however, bring one 8.5 by 11 sheet of paper (i.e. one regular-size sheet of paper) as a crib sheet. Preparing a crib sheet can be a useful study aid, so take time in selecting material for it. You may use both sides of the paper and write as small as you like, but in any case, you are allowed only one sheet. No mechanical or electronic reproductions are allowed; the crib sheet must be hand written. You must hand in your crib sheet when you hand in your test, and you will get credit for it in your total grade for the test.
For each test, you are responsible for material covered in lecture, in problem sets, and in the corresponding sections in the textbook -- up to the date of that test.
Although the end-of-term test will cover the entire course, it will emphasize the latter part of the course (after the mid-term test).
Mid-term: Tuesday, March 16, from 2:00 to 3:30.
End-of-term: Wednesday, May 12, from 2:00 to 4:00.