2019 Heat Transfer Midterm Exam Poll
Select all convenient time slots
 Fri April 19th 10:00--12:00 1 Fri April 19th 13:00--15:00 1 Fri April 19th 15:00--17:00 1 Fri April 19th 18:30--20:30 3 Sat April 20th 10:00--12:00 0 Sat April 21st 13:00--15:00 0 Sun April 21st 19:30--21:30 0 Mon April 22nd 18:30--20:30 0 Tue April 23rd 18:30--20:30 1 Wed April 24th 8:15--10:15 1 Wed April 24th 18:30--20:30 1 Thu April 25th 18:30--20:30 9 Fri April 26th 10:00--12:00 12 Fri April 26th 13:00--15:00 16 Fri April 26th 15:00--17:00 31 Fri April 26th 18:30--20:30 21 Sat April 27th 10:00--12:00 3 Sat April 27th 13:00--15:00 5 Sun April 28th 19:30--21:30 2 Mon April 29th 8:15--10:15 1
Poll ended at 7:39 pm on Tuesday April 9th 2019. Total votes: 109. Total voters: 38.
 Comment by Prof. Parent Please select all time slots that are convenient for you. The midterm exam covers Assignment 1--4 and Design Project 1. Note that if the midterm exam is scheduled before Tuesday April 23rd, there will be a class given on Wednesday April 17th during which you need to submit Design Project 1. If the midterm exam is scheduled on or after Tuesday April 23rd, there will be no class on Wednesday April 17th and the Design Project 1 will be due on Monday April 22nd at 9:00. We will make a decision based on your votes on Wednesday April 10th at 9:00. Please cast your votes before Wednesday April 10th. If some popular time slot is impossible for you, explain why below.
 04.04.19
 Comment by Student 201327121 I have classes from 13:30 to 16:00 on Friday. So that time zone is not available on Friday.
 04.06.19
 Comment by Prof. Parent The midterm exam will take place Fri April 26th 16:30 — 18:30. It will cover Assignments 1 to 4 and the Design Project 1.
 04.09.19
 Comment by Prof. Parent The midterm exam will take place in two rooms at the same time: 108-9301 and 108-9302.
 04.10.19
 Comment by Prof. Parent Note that there will be 4 questions in the midterm. 2 questions will be taken from the assignment and design problems I asked you to solve. The other 2 questions will be new.
 04.21.19
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