Almost all pretests in Physics 12x will be given online. The first pretest should be completed on the first day of the quarter or early on the second day. All subsequent pretests must be completed between Friday after class and the following Monday before class. Consult the appropriate page above for the specific times.
You should take about 12 minutes to complete the pretest. The pretest will be automatically submitted after 15 minutes whether you are finished or not.
Take the pretest in one sitting.
You cannot take a particular pretest more than once so be sure you have a 12 to 15 minute block of time during which you will not be interrupted.
To receive credit for the pretest we must either have your pretest submission or an email explaining any difficulties you were having. The email must be received during the times that the pretest is due; you must include the information at right to receive credit.
You will need a UW NetID to access the pretest. Your UW NetID is the part of your email address that comes before the "@u.washington.edu" or "@uw.edu". If you do not have a UW NetID, you can obtain one online at http://www.washington.edu/itconnect/accounts/
If you meet the technical requirements described above and are having difficulty with the pretest send an email to one of the three addresses below and follow the instructions below.
If you are in Physics 121 send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are in Physics 122 send an email to: email@example.com
If you are in Physics 123 send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
The appropriate email address is also included at the bottom of each pretest.
In the subject of your email:
- Include your UW NetID, Tutorial section, and the pretest number. (e.g., joesmith, 121aa, 7)
In the body of your email:
- Indicate the browser you are using (with the version number)
- Whether you are using a Mac or a PC
- The location from which you are accessing the pretest (e.g., home, study center, Odegaard, etc.)
- Last name
- First name
- Tutorial section
- A detailed description of the problem you are having.