STAT 100



When and where:  April 19th, 8:30-11:00AM, LSK 201

One sheet (both sides) of notes, and a scientific calculator are permitted.

The exam will test understanding and ability to apply the main ideas of the six modules.  Each module will be equally represented on the exam.

Sample problems/solutions will be posted on each module web page.

Please be reminded that the exam carries 48% weight in the course grade, but that you must pass the exam in order to pass the course.

The day before the exam, the instructors are holding a `one-stop shopping' office hour (i.e., all four of us will be there), April 18th, 10:30-12:00, LSK 301.    [Graded Module 6 assignments can be picked-up at this time, along with other unclaimed work.  We will also bring unclaimed assignments to the exam.]


Course guide and assessment regulations:

STAT 100 uses iClickers. These allow students to respond to in-class questions, and are hoped to make the lectures more interactive and participatory.   If you don't have an iClicker already, you will need to purchase one (available at the bookstore, approximately $40).  You will need to register your iClicker online (instructions below).  We will start using iClickers in the second week of class, i.e., the Jan 10th lecture. 

INSTRUCTIONS FOR WEBCT VISTA REGISTRATION: Please register your clicker through the WebCT Vista course website (  On the home page, you will find an i>Clicker Registration icon.  Click on this icon to access the registration form.  Type in your Remote ID.  The remote ID is the series of numbers and sometimes letters found on the bottom of the back of your i>clicker remote. i>clicker will be used every day in class, and you are responsible for bringing your remote daily.

Has your iClicker ID worn off? If so, you can drop by the following help desk to retrieve it: Chapman Learning Commons,3rd floor of the Irving K Barber Learning Centre.

General information about iClickers at UBC:

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