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Hey guys, just saw Prof's email about the exam and he said we "can write on the front and back of the Constants and Equations, and Periodic Table if they want (for their rough work)." Are we able to have more sheets of scratch paper or just those 2 sheets?
I believe based on what the email from today meant, we should be allowed to have scratch paper outside of the equations sheet and the periodic table. However, we will be required to show the TA the front and back side of the paper to confirm that it is blank. Ultimately it is probably up to you TA, though.
It does depend on the TA. There are some that are only willing to give you the back of the periodic table and the formula sheet. However, there are others, like my TA, that said to show him the piece of paper before to make sure there is no previous writing and he will allow us to use that paper. Either way just to make sure, email your TA and ask them before the exam.
Hi! I believe that as long as you show the front and back of the scratch paper you are using to your TA before you begin the exam, you will be allowed to use it. However, every TA has different policies, so you should definitely check with yours beforehand.
It totally depends on your TA so I would shoot them an email asking whether or not that is fine, but I also think that as long as you show them that your piece of paper is blank on both sides and you aren't cheating you should be fine.
My TA said that scratch paper is okay so long as you have the amount you need beforehand and show them the front and back of each paper to ensure there's no writing beforehand on any of them. However, you might need to ask your TA specifically because they might say otherwise. I'd say check just in case before it's too late.
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