We didn’t send this notice at the end of last year because results were released and UNSW shut down shortly after, and with Christmas around the corner didn’t want to bother you.
We want to take the opportunity to say a massive thank you for a fantastic 21T3 and a huge congratulations on completing the course.
We first want to congratulate the top seven performing students, in order:
Thanks so much for the positive comments that people shared in myExperience and the feedback form. Some of you really put a smile on your tutor's face when they read it. And thanks to all those who provided us with constructive criticism as well, we read through every single piece of feedback and take it into consideration because we want to make this course the very best it can be.
As a final note – we see COMP2511 as playing an important role in turning you from programmers into software designers ready to go out and take on the world. The fact that you’ve all come so far to complete the course is a testament to your dedication, commitment and tenacity, and the uphill battles you’ve gone through mean that now you can move mountains.
It was a pleasure teaching all of you in T3 – in the lectures, the tutorials, on the forums – and we hope to see you around as we start to return to campus :)
All the very best for 2022.
Ashesh, Nick, Braedon and the COMP2511 21T3 Teaching Team
Those taking the exam should have received the following in the email from us:
The supplementary exam starts now.
You can view the specification here:
An individual exam repo has been created for you, which you can find here (replace the zID with your own):
If you have any questions, please email email@example.com .
Any updates/clarifications will be made via email, so keep an eye on your inbox.
You have until 5pm to complete the exam and push your responses, unless we have contacted you specifically regarding extra time. Please remember to commit and push regularly .
The Supp Exam will be from 2pm – 5pm on Wednesday, 12 th January . If you have an ELS plan that gives you extra time you will receive an email from us later today confirming those details. Please note that if you have not been offered the supplementary exam you cannot take the supplementary exam.
As you should be aware, speaking to anyone who has already sat the exam about the contents of the exam is considered academic misconduct.
The format is as per the sample exam we provided you in Week 10. We will setup a git repo for you to clone and push your work to, and the specification will be available via a separate repo on GitLab.
We will email you a link to the spec a few minutes before the exam start time.