Results of the supplementary exam are available through webcms3, but it may take some time for these results to be updated on myUNSW.
Provisional results for COMP 1531 have now been released on webcms3 and can be seen under the field final_grade. Overall, the performance of our students has been excellent this semester, with 20.1 % of students scoring a HD and 32.2% of students receiving a DN.
Congratulations to Lin, Kangying for placing first in the course with an overall mark of 97 and Chen, Emily for placing second with an overall mark of 96.
If you have a mark >=50 and you see a grade of PS, CR, DN or HD, this implies that you have met the exam hurdle and other requirements and have passed COMP 1531.
Those students who did not attend the final exam and have a special consideration request acknowledged will see a grade of
. This indicates that you are eligible to sit the supplementary exam scheduled on
Tuesday, 28th of May
at 1:30 pm.
A few of you may see your grade as WD . This implies that your exam mark was unsatisfactory, but you have been granted a supplementary exam as your exam mark was very close to the required exam threshold. You will be permitted to sit the supplementary exam scheduled on the date above.
If your final_grade field contains the grade FL or AF or UF unfortunately you have not passed COMP 1531 and are not being offered further assessment. You will need to retake in COMP 1531 in 19T3 if it is required for your degree. You will also have to un-enrol from any 19T2 COMP courses which require COMP 1531 as prerequisite such as COMP 2511. A grade of UF means that you have failed the course, even if your overall mark is greater than 50, as you did not meet the necessary exam hurdle.
Congratulations to everyone who has passed the course. COMP 1531 is a tough course, so you can now sit back and relax!
Please note that I have updated the solution to Question 7, in Week 10 Revision material to add details about the two design issues with the code provided and also updated the code (both original code and refactored code) to ensure that the behavior of the refactored solution is consistent with the original code.