Listed below are problems to be solved before the class of the week in which they are listed. Notes and other information about the problems will be added as issues arise. Note that the future is uncertain and subject to change.
 Week of August 28: discuss the syllabus and work on problems 1 and 2 from GRE 9768.
 Week of September 4: 311 of GRE 9768.
 Week of September 11: 1220 of GRE 9768.
 Week of September 18: 2129 of GRE 9768.
 Week of September 25: 3038 of GRE 9768.
 Week of October 2: 3947 of GRE 9768.
 Week of October 9: 4856 of GRE 9768.

Week of October 16: takehome practice exam (presentations from the exam).
 More MFT practice problems.

Week of October 23: 112 of GRE 0568.
 Select a number of problems equal to the number of people in your class and prepare presentations of these problems.
 Week of October 30: 1324 of GRE 0568.
 Week of November 6: 2534 of GRE 0568.
 Week of November 13: 3544 of GRE 0568.

Week of November 20:
 Practice exam (no presentations).
 Submit a proposal of 6 problems you might like to present to the faculty (due 11/22)
 The problems may come from GRE 0568, GRE 9768, GRE 8767, the MFT practice problems, or the takehome practice exam.
 Plan to present the problems as if they aren't multiple choice and choose accordingly.
 Week of November 27: 4555 of GRE 0568.

Week of December 4: final presentations.
 All math professors are invited to attend.
 You will present one of your 4 selected problems.
 You may work from notes.
 You won't know in advance which of your 4 problems you'll be presenting.
 The professors will ask questions after your presentation.
 GRE 0568 questions
 GRE 9768 questions
 GRE 8767 questions

Saturday, December 9, 9:3012:00 in Jepson 021: Major Field Test in Mathematics.
 The exam consists of 2 onehour sections with the opportunity for a break between sections. Bring a snack.
 No calculators or outside materials are allowed.
 Bring a pencil for scratchwork.
 Proctor Manual for the MFT.
 Start here: http://etsreadiness.ets.org/
Resources/information
Office hours
 Monday 9:009:50
 Tuesday 10:0011:00 in the Math Lab
 Wednesday 1:302:30
 Thursday 1:303:00
 or by appointment
Logan Axon
Department of Mathematics
MSC 2615
Gonzaga University
Spokane, WA 99258
Office: Herak 307A
Phone: 509.313.3897
Email: axon@gonzaga.edu
Last updated 12/9/2017.