To get the most out of studying exams you should first attempt to do the problems yourself before looking at the solutions. The harder you try to solve the problem, the more ingrained its solution will become, and the more math power you will have for your future.

Test 1

Practice test A (solutions)
Practice test B (solutions)
Test 1, Fall 2016 (10) (solutions)
Test 1, Fall 2016 (40-44) (solutions)
Test 1, Fall 2016 (makeup) (solutions)
Test 2

Practice test A (solutions)
Practice test B (solutions)
Practice test C (solutions)
Test 2, Fall 2016 (10) (solutions)
Test 2, Fall 2016 (40-44) (solutions)
Test 2, Fall 2016 (makeup) (solutions)
Departmental midterm

Fall 2014 (solutions)
Spring 2015 (solutions)
Fall 2015 (solutions)
Spring 2016 (solutions)
Fall 2016 (solutions)
Practice Fall 2016 (handout) (solutions) (audio)
Test 3

Practice test A (solutions)
Practice test B (solutions)
Test 3, Fall 2016 (10) (solutions)
Test 3, Fall 2016 (40-44) (solutions)
Test 3, Fall 2016 (makeup) (solutions)
Test 4

Practice test A (solutions)
Practice test B (solutions)
Practice test C (solutions)
Test 4, Fall 2016 (10) (solutions)
Test 4, Fall 2016 (40-44) (solutions)
Test 4, Fall 2016 (makeup) (solutions)
Departmental final

Spring 2013 (solutions)
Fall 2013 (solutions) (*partial*)
Spring 2014 (solutions)
Fall 2014 (solutions)
Fall 2015 (solutions)
Spring 2016 (solutions)
Fall 2016 (solutions)
Practice test A (solutions)
Practice test B (solutions)
Practice problems (solutions)