Don’t get too attached to the seat you regularly sit in during lecture, since this class uses random assigned seating during all major exams. All exams will have seat numbers on them. As you enter the room you will be handed one at random and shown where your exam seat is located.
If you are left-handed, just tell me and you can immediately go sit in a left-handed seat. (Not applicable for some rooms). You must then change the seat number on your exam to your new location. I avoid assigning left-handed seats if possible so lefties can have one.
Also, after everyone is seated, if you are crowded between two people and you see an open left-handed seat with more room and would like to move, simply raise your hand and ask if you can move to the open left-handed seat. This obviously won’t work if more people want to move than seats available, so please expect to be told sorry, but no.
Again, if you move you must put your new seat number on your exam. During the exam I cross out all the empty seat numbers on the seating chart, and if you show up in one of those I will need to speak with you.
Major Weekly Exams
If we have weekly exams (like CVEN 305) you will sit in whatever seat you are in at the time. However, you must block print your name, and include the seat number you are presently sitting in, not the one you signed up for. Final exams will use the format listed above.