• How to do well at OR how not to flunk COMP3222

    Posted by Oliver Diessel Thursday 10 December 2020, 05:11:41 PM.

    Dear COMP3222 Class of 20T3 - I have just finished marking - phew! Unfortunately, we're not allowed to reveal marks, but I can say that overall the class did very well, all things considered. There was (for me) a pleasing correlation between motivated and engaged students and good performance. There were a few mishaps, but not as many as usual, or as expected, given the remote nature of things this term. It did look like there was more effort and better results in the practical exam than the theory exam. A good number either completed or came close to completing a perfect solution! So I'm glad that on the whole you appear to have learnt a few new tricks.

    I was thinking: it would be really helpful to have you guys tell your side of the story. What makes for a good experience and success in COMP3222, or if you now think you should have changed your ways a little, what would you do differently to do better at COMP3222? If you care to let me know below, I will anonymise your comments and provide them to next year's class. Alternatively, if you would prefer not to put your name to your comment below, I would love to hear from you by email, or you could ask someone else to pass your message along anonymously... I think your feedback would help future students. So thanks in advance for your thoughts. And all the best for your future studies!

  • Returning your lab kit

    Posted by Oliver Diessel Monday 07 December 2020, 11:38:55 AM.

    Would you please return your lab kit (if you have borrowed one) to Vicki in the CSE School Office on level 1 of K17 as soon as you can? Please attach a sticky note with your name on it to the box.

    The CSE School Office is open 9am – 4pm on weekdays. Please ensure you have returned your kit by 4pm on Friday, 18 th December.

    As mentioned in the Course Outline, if you do not return your kit we may have to ask for a financial block to be placed on your zID, which can prevent you from enrolling in courses, delay graduation and block the issue of transcripts.

  • Exams added to course web page

    Posted by Oliver Diessel Wednesday 18 November 2020, 12:00:14 PM, last modified Tuesday 24 November 2020, 11:15:08 AM.

    An Exams menu item has been added to the COMP3222/9222 website.

    The menu provides access to practice theory and practical exams and instructions for the final exams to be held on the afternoon of 30 November.

    Access to the practice exams will be disabled at 1:00 pm on 30 November.

Upcoming Due Dates

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