Assignment 2 results are now available. The class did very well for this assignment.
You can collect a report on your work where you will find your mark, computer test results, style mark and comments from your tutor. To collect the report, go to the Assignment 2 page and click on the "Collect Submission" tab.
If you have questions about your mark and feedback in the report, please speak with your lab tutor. However, if you are in fri11-strings, your assignment was marked by a different tutor; you can find the name of your marker on the feedback page mentioned in the next paragraph.
I have created a web page which contains some feedback on the assignment, in particular on some edge cases. The page will cover how we tested your code, the test cases for three functions, as well as my solution. Please note that my solution should only be used as guide as there are many methods to write the code. You will find the link to that page near the top of the Assignment 2 page.
Note that we are yet to perform plagiarism check on the assignment submissions so the results may change after we have gone through the checks. I want to stress that, if your submitted work is your own, there is nothing to worry about.
The solution to the past exams is now available from the past exams page on the course website.
You can check your lab marks (Python labs; Self-direct labs 1 & 2) using this link . Labs are worth 20% of the overall assessment. At the link provided, you will see a field called lab_total which is your aggregated lab mark out of 20.
If you have questions, you can attend one of the following pre-exam consultations. These are one-to-one online consultations run by the lecturer. You can join these consultations by using the same Zoom link for the lectures (See Lectures on course website for the link). You will be placed in a waiting room and the lecturer will help you in a first-come-first-served basis. The consultation times are:
You can also continue to ask questions on the forum.
Our target is to release Assignment 2 marks by the end of this week.
Self-directed Lab 1 results are now available.
You can collect a report on your work where you will find your mark and the computer test result. To collect the report, go to the Self-directed Lab 1 page and click on the "Collect Submission" tab.
If you have questions about your mark and feedback in the report, please send a private message on the forum for the lecturer.