MA109 Online (College Algebra) - Summer 2014
Exam Information

During this course you will have 3 exams on the dates listed below. You will have 2 hours to complete the exam (All times are EDT Eastern Daylight Time).

Exam 1: 30 June 19 - between 12:01 a.m. and 11:59 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time
Exam 2: 22 July - between 12:01 a.m. and 11:59 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time
Exam 3: 7 August - between 12:01 a.m. and 11:59 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time

You are required to do ONE of the following:
  • Take the exam on campus from 6:00 PM - 8:00PM Eastern Daylight Time and in Whitehall Classroom Building 349 (Note: This option is free.). OR
  • Find an approved proctor, schedule the exam for the correct date, notify your instructor AT LEAST ONE WEEK in advance, and take the exam under the supervision of the approved proctor. Please follow the instructions given in this link to find an approved proctor if that is the option you wish to choose.

If I am taking the exam on campus, what are my responsibilities?
  • On the day of exam, remember to bring a valid photo ID, pen/pencil, and approved calculator to the exam location at the correct time.

If I am using a proctor, what are my responsibilities?
  • Contact the proctoring facility and schedule an exam for the correct exam date. Each facility has a unique schedule. It is your responsibility to locate a proctoring facility near you (preferably within 25 miles). If you are unable to secure a proctoring facility from the lists provided please contact your course instructor. You need to make reservation within the allowed time frame.
  • Fill out a proctor form found on the course website.
  • Give the second page of the proctor form to the proctoring facility.
  • Fax or email the completed form to your instructor to be received at least one week prior to the exam date.
  • On the day of exam, remember to bring a valid photo ID, pen/pencil , approved calculator. Your proctor needs to scan in your exam AND you need to provide the proctor with a stamped addressed manila envelope so that the exam is mailed to me. (As of 5/25/2011, the postage would be $1.48 for a 9x12 envelope.) Use the following address on the envelope:
    Sarah Nelson
    Department of Mathematics
    715 Patterson Office Tower
    University of Kentucky
Student Conduct Code: As a student enrolled in the College of Arts & Sciences you are responsible for respecting the student conduct code established for the College and the University of Kentucky. The student conduct code forbids plagiarism, cheating, stealing, and dishonesty with respect to any and all coursework. You are required to do your own work and allow all other students the privilege and right to do the same. If you need further clarification on any issue, especially plagiarism, or need to report a violation, contact the College of Arts & Sciences, Office of the Dean. Please take a moment to review section VI of student conduct code before beginning your course.