• Final Marks

    Posted by John Shepherd Tuesday 20 November 2018, 12:36:07 PM, last modified Tuesday 20 November 2018, 02:21:19 PM.

    Sorry guys, but marking is dragging on and on and on and on and on ...

    It's unlikely that we'll have the final marks in by the deadline for us to submit marks. This means that you will all likely end up with a grade of "LE" for the course when marks are published. All that this means is "You lecturer didn't get marks in on time"; it's not a problem with anything you've done.

    In the meantime, lab and assignment marks will gradually appear via sturec or Webcms3 or however else you check your marks. If you have a problem with any mark, send me email and I'll add it to my TODO list, and it will all get cleaned up once marks are finalised.

    Let me be more precise about timings

    • final marks need to be submitted by November 26 to make it into the December 5 release of results
    • your marks will probably be finalised around December 2/3/4
    • even if I "handed them in" on December 3, they won't make it through "the system" in time for December 5 release
    • I will post final results on the web site as soon as we know them

  • Final Exam

    Posted by John Shepherd Wednesday 07 November 2018, 05:29:05 PM.

    Hmm ... looks like it was a bit long/hard ...

    Don't panic ... if the results are overall bad, I'll scale up.

  • Final Exam Details

    Posted by John Shepherd Sunday 04 November 2018, 08:40:52 PM, last modified Sunday 04 November 2018, 10:08:44 PM.

    The Final Exam will be held on Wednesday 7 November in the Ainsworth Level 3 Labs.

    Reading time starts at 13:45. Exam writing time is from 14.00 until 17.00.

    You are all allocated to a specific lab. I believe the details are available via

    What you don't get in the exam environment:

    • Python is not available in the exam environment
    • dcc is not available in the exam environment
    • you may not bring calculators in (use bc or xcalc )
    • you do not have access to the COMP9315 web site
    • you may not use your mobile phone or even have it on your desk

    What is available

    • Course Notes (!!!)
    • C and PostgreSQL reference material
    • Unix man pages
    • and, of course, gcc , gdb
    • text editors : gedit, vim, nano, emacs
    • xterminals (you can make as many as you like)
    • check and submit

    What you should bring

    • a pen or pencil
    • your student card

    Good Luck.

Upcoming Due Dates

There is nothing due!

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