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Quite a few universities publicly post the math exams their faculty write: UC Berkeley hosts an archive of their past exams, sorted by course. University of Michigan hosts past exams for some classes. There's not a consolidated repository though: past exams are hosted under individual course webpages. For example here are the past exams for Math215 ...


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USNA has a good site with old math exams and some other course materials (but mostly old tests, solutions). Well organized by course, and even listed by common course name versus cryptic course numbers. https://www.usna.edu/MathDept/resources/index.php If you want pre-Internet materials, my advice is to search ad hoc by course name, including reaching out ...


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The University of Cambridge makes past undergraduate exams available here. In addition, old example sheets for some undergraduate courses can be found here.


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It would be helpful if you told us more about the class and the demographic. Is this freshman calculus at Enormous State University? Or abstract algebra at Princeton? Kind of changes the answer based on the type of drill the peeps are doing and what their capabilities are. I recommend sharing written solution (or at least answer) keys at the sessions. ...


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I also teach discrete mathematics, and do so online, including exams, in the last two years. All of my test questions in that course are open-response, using the "essay" type of question on the Blackboard learning management system. Students are required to use either LaTeX or the built-in formula editor for any symbolic math statements. To my ...


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