Dear COMP9020 Student,
Your result in the exam, grade and rank in the course are now available on WebCMS3 or from your CSE account using
9020 classrun -sturec
To pass the course, your exam mark must be ≥25 and your final score must be ≥50.
You can obtain detailed feedback on your marks for the final exam on WebCMS3 (by clicking on the little arrow next to "N/A" in the row labelled "exam") or from your CSE account using
9020 classrun -collect exam
If you did not pass but achieved a Score ≥47, then you are eligible to sit the supplementary exam, in which you have to score
to pass with a final mark of 50. The supplementary exam will be held in the week 27 - 31 May,
on Monday 27 May
; if you are eligible, the exact time and location will be emailed to you shortly.
If you wish to further discuss your marks with me, you can come and see me on Friday, 24 May, from 2-4pm. In this case please email me your zID no later than on Thursday (23 May) so that I can get your exam paper ready beforehand.
Congratulations to the following students for scoring 95 or higher:
Have a great - if short - term break, everyone, and best of luck with your future studies.
A reminder about the extra tutorial (today) and consultation (Wednesday):
|Monday, 6 May||17:00||18:00||Room G31, K15 (Old Main)||Sahil Punchhi|
|Wednesday, 8 May||13:00||14:00||Room 401K, Bldg K17||Michael Thielscher|
A few quiz marks weren't properly transmitted to WebCMS (to be precise, this concerned quiz 7 in case you did not close the attempt but let the system submit automatically). Thanks to everyone who pointed this out to us. This has now been corrected.
If there is still a discrepancy between your actual quiz marks and those reported on WebCMS, just let me know.
Your result in the mid-session test is now available on WebCMS.
On Moodle you can find the correct answers, together with some explanations, for all your questions. Unfortunately Moodle does not allow us to upload grades or detailed feedback on the marking of open questions. The course admin is therefore preparing individual electronic feedback through WebCMS tonight, which you will then be able to access by clicking on the little arrow next to the field "midterm", or by using
9020 classrun -collect midterm
Please continue to respect UNSW's policy to not discuss, copy, record, or photograph any of the questions of the test. If you wish to further discuss your marks with me, please come to one of my next consultation sessions. You should also come and see me in case you genuinely attempted the test and your overall score is below 10.
Congratulations to the 4 students who scored a perfect 20/20, well done!
Please note that there won't be a tutorial help session today (1 April -- don't take it as a joke please!).
We will instead be offering an extra pre-exam tutorial before the final exam. Details will be posted once we know the date of the exam.
There will of course be a lecture today at 2pm as usual.
We are in the process of marking the midterm test, and we will try to have the results ready by Wednesday.
A reminder that the mid-session test will start shortly.
Logon to Moodle to access the test: https://moodle.telt.unsw.edu.au/course/view.php?id...
A reminder about the weekly tutorial session on Mondays. If you have any questions on the weekly problem set or the feedback for your quiz answers, please come to room G31 in K15 (Old Main Building) from 1pm to 2pm. The session is run by our tutor Sahil Punchhi.
The practice quiz is now open.
Your answers are automatically saved, which means you can always go back later, but once you have pressed "Submit all and finish" you cannot change your answers anymore. The quiz closes on Monday at 11am, and then you will find your result and feedback on the quiz webpage. Note that this first quiz is for you to get familiar with the quiz environment and will not count towards your final mark.
Please be mindful of the following quiz rules (see also slide 62 week 1 ):
Do not ...
Dear COMP9020 Student,
Welcome to this year's course.
This is a reminder that the course will begin in week 1 on Monday (18 February) from 2-4pm for everyone in Keith Burrows Theatre (Building J14).
Meanwhile, have a look at the course webpage www.cse.unsw.edu.au/~cs9020 . Read through the "Course Outline" to learn more about the contents of the course, the assessment and recommended textbook.
See you next week,