Answered By: University of Illinois Library
Last Updated: May 17, 2018     Views: 425

Residence Hall Libraries used to keep an archive of exams and tests. In the Fall of 2005 the Residence Hall Libraries were directed by the Chancellor's office to discontinue the service and discard the archive.

However, the old tests are still available. They are not in the catalog, but patrons can visit a residence hall library and see the list of old exams. They have not been updated since 1999-2000 in general.

The Math Library has
 old exams for some courses.
Some of these can be found in VuFind using the course number. For example,
the Math 124 Final Exams.

Instructors will also occasionally put tests or practice tests on Reserve. Search for these as you would any reserve item.

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