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Below you can find the exam resources that I currently have available. I hope you find it useful. Remember to practice practice and practice. Use those TAs hours and get together with friends to work on these resources together.

If you have any issues accessing these links, send me a quick email and I will do my best to get back to you ASAP.

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12 Replies to “Exam Resources – NYU Bridge To Tandon Program”

  1. Thanks for your effort!
    Would you mind sharing exam resources 2 and 3 with me to study?
    Thank you in advance!

      1. I was able to get a copy of Exam 2 from the 17-week cohort. Is there a way to send it to you?

  2. good resource, Thank you. However I am not able to download the pdf…I tried to hit the “download” button, it only refresh the page…

  3. Do you have any answers to these exams? Whether they are official or not.
    Thank you in advance!

  4. Hi ! Do you know the possibility of MS CS admission based on performance in CS Bridge course? Like what are the odds as I have admit from BU and wondering if I should let that go and wait for NYU’s resposne after the bridge program ?

    1. Hi! Congrats on being admitted to BU. NYU acceptance criteria will not be solely based on the bridge program; however, it will give more weight to your application.

      From NYU FAQs page:

      NYU Tandon master’s applications are reviewed by graduate admissions on a holistic basis, taking into consideration all application materials, including the final grade received in the Bridge course. Taking the Bridge course can help equip MS applicants who previously lacked a technical background, with the skill sets needed to become eligible to apply for a programming-heavy master’s, however admission to or successful completion of the Bridge program does not guarantee admission to a Master’s program. For a complete list of MS programs available for Bridge students to apply for, please visit our Applying from Bridge to Masters website.

      All the best of luck-you got this!

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