We have ported the exam marks from Inspera and computed your final course mark. You should find these through WebCMS. A reminder that you need to score at least 16 marks on the final to pass the course. However, it is evident that the hurdle is not an issue for most students.
Final exam statistics and shout outs to high performing students are available in the slides here .
Well done everyone.
If you have any final comments or feedback, feel free to add them to this anonymous form .
The final exam marks and your answers are now visible in Inspera. You can access it through the exam link on the Moodle course page. Answers and explanations are available as general feedback for each question. Marker comments have been added for manually marked questions and for the two issues noted below. You will find these in the "Student Report".
We will port the exam marks to WebCMS and compute your final mark over the weekend. We will not be scaling the final exam marks, so you can compute your final mark by simply adding the following four components: FinalExam from Inspera (out of 40) + MidtermExam (out of 20) + Assignment (out of 20) + LabTotal (out of 20). A reminder that you need to score at least 16 marks on the final exam to pass the course.
Important Notes (please read carefully):
(1) I have manually checked all of your answers for the Distance Vector question where there was a typo in certain versions and to account for the late announcement from the exams unit. I have overridden the automarking and awarded additional marks where I saw a logical reason to do so to account for this issue. So please check the marks awarded even if Inspera may report your answer to be incorrect.
(2) There was also a minor typo in the third part in certain versions of the Ethernet Switch multi-part question. I have manually checked all of your answers and overridden the automarking and awarded additional marks where it made logical sense to do so. As above, check the marks awarded even if Inspera may report your answer to be incorrect. Note that, there is no carry-over effect to the remainder of the questions.
I will announce the honour roll of students who did well in the course on Monday. Well done everyone. I have enjoyed teaching this course and we hope you found it useful. I wish you the best for the remainder of your studies and your next adventure if you are graduating. If you are on campus in 2022, come and say hi.
Good luck everyone. Not meaning to be Captain Obvious but some advice:
May the force be with you all !!