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Current Projects and Updates

Current exams in progress

Below are all exams with work in progress

‌ ‌ MATH102

December 2017 - 90%

December 2014 - 92%

December 2010 - 20%


April 2006 - 21%

April 2005 - 47%


December 2014 - 98%


April 2009 - 33%

‌ ‌ MATH200

December 2013 - 26%

December 2012 - 39%


December 2007 - 1%

April 2014 - 24%

April 2013 - 5%

April 2012 - -


December 2005 - -

April 2009 - -

April 2008 - -


December 2009 - 42%

December 2008 - 70%

December 2007 - 34%

April 2010 - 45%

April 2009 - 54%

April 2008 - 6%


December 2013 - 0%

December 2012 - 71%

December 2006 - 26%

December 2005 - 39%

April 2013 - 56%

April 2012 - 45%

April 2010 - 22%

April 2009 - 27%

April 2006 - 43%

April 2005 - 17%

Most recent question that was moved over: 2212007WT2(sec201) Q6 @539 (We're back to normal now - thanks Bernhard!)

Notes: Lots of 221 have been moved now! We've moved all of 307!!!

Everything @860 and over has been moved (Many are for midterms) With the exception of the problem* listed below. Only <400 more to go =)

April 2013 is done just needs hints and checking (I think the answers are in the exam file as well).

December 2012 is missing 5b-d, hints, and review.

April 2012 misses 6 parts of problems. Hints needed as well but Piazza content is done.

April 2006 exam is off Piazza. It needs hints and 5 more solutions (one is a 4 part problem).

Problem: Which question does @43 belong to? It does not seem to be 2005 WT1 Q2 as claimed...

Problem*: Where is this 2013 WT2 Final exam they speak of? Eg. @915? Same with @326-@339


December 2013 - 27%

December 2010 - 96%

December 2008 - 81%

December 2005 - 70%


December 2011 - 70%

December 2006 - 70%



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Currently open tasks

Flag # You can...
RQ flags 181 review an exam question statement.
RH flags 119 review hints.
RS flags 310 review solutions.
QBQ flags 0 improve the statement of an exam question reviewed as bad.
QBH flags 9 improve the hint(s) of an exam question reviewed as bad.
QBS flags 14 improve the solution(s) of an exam question reviewed as bad.

So far we have collected a total of 3020 good quality solutions, and counting :). We also have 90 complete exams, Expression error: Unexpected < operator. total easiness votes and The DPL extension (version 2.3.0) produced a SQL statement which lead to a Database error.
The reason may be an internal error of DPL or an error which you made,
especially when using DPL options like titleregexp.
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