Studying for finals at a traditional university usually requires hours upon hours of review. If you have gone through midterms or finals at a static university you know the scene where suddenly every seat in the library is taken and you have to carry around a semester's worth of lecture notes everywhere you go.
Luckily, taking an online course at Udacity is a unique experience, right down to the final exam. This means that taking Udacity's final exam will be a little different than you may expect. Exams are available for a week and are essentially open book (or open video lecture). With this in mind, Udacity's ardent TAs have a few small suggestions as you embark upon your final exam.
-Gundega Dekena, Programming a Robotic Car
- Job Evers, Applied Cryptography
- Andy Brown, Design of Computer Programs
-Sarah Norell, Building a Search Engine
-Peter Chapman, Programming Languages
-Sean Bennett, Web Applications Engineering