I am taking a qualifying exam at Iowa State University on January 8th, so I'm really ramping up my studying. At the top of my list is combing through the old qualifying exam questions on their website, since the topics and caliber have been roughly similar through the years. However, there are no formal answer keys for these exams, and with no professors available over the Christmas Break, I want to make sure the answers I'm getting are correct (feeling overconfidence about an actually incorrect solution has been an issue for me in the past), and I want to figure out how to get "unstuck" on the ones I cannot solve.
There are ten questions for each of these old exams. Assuming a good number of the answers I'd give would only at most need a few minor corrections, I was wondering if it would be proper to post my entire solution set for the questions I solved/attempts for the questions I could not solve all on one post rather than to machine-gun the message board with ten questions at once.
I can't find the rules for this, since I'm guessing most multi-question posts would come from unethical attempts to have graded assignments done for you and thus would be avoided. What would the etiquette be for my particular case, however?