Good news! Pizza will be served on Nov 2 before the class at 6:30PM.
General: I’m going to teach written exam workshop Fall 2011 and here you may find links and useful notes for the class.  please contact me if you  have any question.

Where: room 312, Courant institute of mathematical sciences.

When: Every Wednesday 7:10 - 9:00 PM.

Notice: Group work is always good. There are always points that you may miss when you’re studying alone. Work regularly and try to finish at least all the exams after Fall 2000. Take notes on every subjects that you’re studying. Note that reviewing all of the ideas just in a day before exam is almost impossible without good and brief notes. They’re also going to be useful for your Oral exam.
Notice: If you want to receive a notification when ever I update this page email me.
Wednesdays’ sessions
Files are also available on LYX format.
Lecture 1           Sep 14  :  pdf, tex.  Adv. Cal.
Lecture 2           Sep 21  :  pdf, tex.  Adv. Cal.
Lecture 3           Sep 28  :  pdf, tex.  Adv. Cal.
Lecture 4           Oct 5    :  pdf, tex.   Lin. Alg.
Lecture 5           Oct 12  :  pdf, tex.   Lin. Alg. 
Lecture 6           Oct 19  :  pdf, tex.   Lin. Alg.
Lecture 7           Oct 26  :  pdf, tex.   Complex
Lecture 8           Nov 2   :  pdf, tex.   Complex
Lecture 9           Nov 9   :  pdf, tex.   Complex
Lecture 10        Nov 16 :  pdf, tex.   Adv. Cal.
Thanksgiving  Nov 24 :  Happy holidays! 
Lecture 11         Nov 30 :  Continue lectures 10 and 5.
Lecture 12         Dec 7   :  pdf, tex.  Review

Thursdays’ sessions.
Lecture 1           Nov 10, we went over Nov 2’s note.
Lecture 2           Nov 17, There will be no class.
Thanksgiving Nov 25, Happy holidays!
Lecture 3           Dec 1, Lecture note 5, Lin. Alg.

- We’ll use William Perkins’ Wiki page. You find lots of useful information and also similar things in his page. (see the links at the bottom of the page)

Written exam: 
1- Pick up previous exams at Ms. Arnon’s office at 623; she is the Asst. Director of Student Affairs. There is a blue pamphlet and a complimentary to that.

2- Use Student written exam wiki to find answers to problems you don’t know and also for gaining quick access to subjects by title. 

1- Calculus early transcendentals by Stewart

1- Complex Variables and Applications by J. Brown & R. Churchill.
    This is a very useful one specially parts related to residues.
2- Complex Analysis by L. Ahlfors
3- Find Prof. Mckean’s homeworks!

Linear algebra: 
1- linear algebra by P. Lax
2- linear algebra By K.M. Hoffman

Main link for written exam:
Student resource  Written Exam Wiki
Very useful links for written exam:
Evan Chou’s Written Exam Wiki
Andrew Suk’s Written Exam
William Perkins’ Written Exam Workshop - Fall 09
Miranda Holmes’ Written Exam Workshop - Fall,or.r_gc.r_pw.r_cp.&fp=2a7b117e2b708162&biw=1415&bih=684,or.r_gc.r_pw.r_cp.&fp=2a7b117e2b708162&biw=1415&bih=684,or.r_gc.r_pw.r_cp.&fp=2a7b117e2b708162&biw=1415&bih=684,or.r_gc.r_pw.r_cp.&fp=2a7b117e2b708162&biw=1415&bih=684,or.r_gc.r_pw.r_cp.&fp=2a7b117e2b708162&biw=1415&bih=684