The exam is on the 26th August 9am. You must be at the exam location 15 mins prior (i.e., 8:45am).
You can also check your seating allocation via the following URL:
You must login with your zID details.
The exam is for 3 hours. This is to give you more time for the practical part (SQL).
You can check the marks by logging into your CSE account. Then running:
$ 9311 classrun -sturec
Separately to the marks, emails containing marked files + feedback have been sent to your UNSW student email account.
As discussed before, for Week 3 quiz, Q1 both B and D are marked correct, Q4 both B and D are marked correct.
Week 9 lab introduces the CSE VLAB environment (including a bit of unix concept) and SQLite3. Owen prepared them specially for students who are not familiar with the CSE lab environment, and also as a way to introduce a different database environment.
The lab is particularly important because the final exam is going to be run in an almost identical setting. The main aim is to get you to become familiar with writing SQL using the SQLite3 database and using the UNIX terminal environment.