The final exam will be held on Thursday, May 18th, from 5-8pm. We
have been split into several rooms, so please go to the room marked
below, based on the first letter of your last name.
A-J: 306 Soda Hall
K-O: 405 Soda Hall
P-S: 310 Soda Hall
T-Z: 380 Soda Hall
If you have notified the course staff of a conflict with the final
exam time, you should have received an email confirming our awareness
of the conflict. If not, please email cs188-staff@lists
as soon as possible.
The exam will be open-notes and open-book. You may use simple
calculators, but not any laptops or networked devices. The
exam is designed to not require books or notes. A calculator is not required. but may be helpful.
You can also look at old
exams from previous semesters.
Changes to the practice final solutions appear at the bottom of this page.
Review Sessions and Office Hours
Special TA office hour schedule:
Monday: 11am-12pm (John in 551)
Tuesday: 12:30pm-4:30pm (John, then Aria in 511)
Thursday: 1:00pm-5:00pm (Arlo (1-5 in 511), Aria (2:30-4:00 in 711))
Tuesday's office hours will be structured around the practice final. We will follow roughly this schedule for Tuesday:
Search (#2) @ 12:30
Probabilistic Reasoning (#4) @ 1:15
Tree Search (#5) @ 2:00
Hidden Markov Models (#7) @ 2:30
MDPs and Reinforcement Learning (#8) @ 3:30
There will, of course, be plenty of time for general questions as well. What about questions #1, #2 and #6? Those were (mostly) solved during the review session on Sunday. If you have more questions about them, feel free to ask.
Thursday's office hours will be more free-form.
The main review session was held on Sunday, May 14.
Possible Exam Topics
BFS, DFS, UCS, A*, Greedy search
Search algorithms' strengths and weaknesses
Properties: completeness, optimality
Be able to phrase search problems and create heuristics