The general tests are based on content from MATH
1036/1037. These tests will be graded and the marks will
be stored in your professor's database. The purpose of these tests is
to test your knowledge of the types of questions that may appear on
your midterm exams. This will give students an idea of what to expect
on tests, allowing them to be properly prepared. The tests also give
professor an indication of the level of skills of the students.
These tests are available via the iLrn
website. Use the account you created for the preliminary tests to
If you do not have an account, here are
instructions for creating one. Navigate to the iLrn website by
using the link below. Enter the "First Time User" section to
account. You must then fill out some online forms with information such
access code, e-mail address, university, first name, last name, etc.
Your access code will
be given out in lecture. If you did not receive the access code
in lecture contact your professor for it.
NOTE: The only
information you must fill in accurately is Course Access number,
E-mail, password, University, and Name (first and last). To
protect your privacy you may may put N/A in all other fields.
After you have submitted this information follow
directions to finish setting up your account (such as replying to an
e-mail which has been sent to you). Return to the
main iLrn page and click on "Login". You may then arrive at a
page entitled "Find Your School". On this page, leave the "School
Location" box as is (showing "all locations") and enter "nipissing" in
the "School Name" box. Click "Search". On the right side of
the page you will see "NIPISSING UNIVERSITY - MUSKOKA (Bracbridge,
FC)". Click on this link. Then enter your username and
password and click on "Login".
NOTE: If you arrived
directly at the
"Login" page, ensure that the page says "School: NIPISSING UNIVERSITY -
MUSKOKA". If it does not, click the "Find Your School" link and
the above directions.
You can enter the iLrn website at the link below.
> | iLrn : source for online tests
If you wish to review or need help with a topic,
see the Calculus Tutorials or Sample Problems by clicking on the
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