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The exam will be March 19 in the Library and Library Lab (301). Since March 19 is an X Schedule, it will only be a 45 minute class. It is a cumulative exam that covers the summer assignment, the Magpie Chat-bot Lab, Picture Lab, Elevens Lab, The Java Methods Book and chapters 2 to 5 of the eimacs “Be Prepared for he AP Exam”. There will be 20 minutes to answer 10 multiple choice questions, and 30 minutes to answer 2 free response questions, each portion is worth 100 points (double the chapter tests). The 5 practice tests in your emacs account are an excellent way to prepare yourself.

A good way to review the free response questions is past AP Questions like ScrambleWord, the homework problems from 2012, 2018, and the others from past years.

A good way to review the multiple choice is and to go back and review the multiple choice questions at and statements written in bold print in the text. To review the free response, be sure to consult the Chapter 2 Study Guide and the Chapter 3 Study Guide. Don't forget that you don't need a computer to practice writing code at The free response will emphasize writing methods that deal with int, double, and String and arrays of int, double, and String that might need a loop, as well as making classes and implementing interfaces. Practice writing loops, methods, and class declarations like the ones mentioned on the Chapter 2 Study Guide, Semester 1 Study Guide and javabat exercises.

The College Board has posted free response questions for you to practice with here.

Finally, please remember to get a good night's rest and a healthy breakfast! Some elegant solutions to these are at Skylit, the book publisher of our textbook.

Good Luck!

qtr_3_exam_study_guide.txt · Last modified: 2019/03/18 12:46 by frchris