Solutions are available in the Course Work > Exercises section.
To help you review the course material, I have added an article describing a case study. It is available in Lectures > Week 13.
The consultation times leading up to the exam are:
All consultations will be held in K17, room 203. Before attending, please check the website for changes.
The myExperience survey is open until November 3. Please complete it to give us feedback on what you liked about the course and areas where you think it could be improved. It is accessible via Moodle.
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This week's exercises are available from the Course Work > Exercises menu on the left. Please attempt them before next week's class.The problems and solutions will be discussed at the start of next week's class.
Solutions to the previous week's exercises are available from the Course Work > Exercises menu on the left
To view your marks, log in as usual and click on the 'Grades' icon (a little bar chart) at the bottom of the menu on the left-hand side.
Due to the mid-term break, there will be no consultations on the next two Fridays, September 23 and 30. There will be no consultation on Friday October 7, either. Consultations will resume the following week at the usual time.
For the GSOE9210 mid-term test today, the schedule is as follows.
Please arrive by 3pm at your designated room. The test is scheduled to start at 3:30pm.
Before arriving, please check your student ID to make sure you go to the correct room (you're in the main lecture room iff your student ID number is less than or equal to 5037600). If you sit the test in the wrong room you will receive 0 marks.
When you arrive, please take all your test materials (UNSW ID student card, pen, pencil, ruler, eraser, calculator, 1 blank page of graph paper) out of your bag. Turn your phone off and put it in your bag. You will be instructed to put your bag in a designated area and must then leave the test room while it is being set up.
Once the room is ready, students will be allowed in. You will be allocated a seat by an exam official; you must sit in that seat.
The test will be held under exam conditions; no communication with other students (verbal or otherwise) is allowed.
A sample mid-term paper is available in the Course Work > Exercises section. It is recommended that you first attempt it under exam conditions (ie, you try to do it in one hour, with 10 minutes reading time). After you have attempted it under exam conditions, revisit any questions that you wish to review.
The sample test is designed primarily to familiarise you with the test format. The make up of the questions in the actual mid-term paper may or may not resemble those in the sample paper. Expect the mid-term test to be no easier in difficulty than the sample paper.
Solutions are also available.
See the Timetable section on the course menu for details.
The mid-term exam is scheduled to be held in Week 9, Tuesday September 20, at 3pm---the normal class time. It will be held across two venues: the usual lecture theatre (ChemSc M18) and Colombo Theatre A ( http://www.learningenvironments.unsw.edu.au/spaces... ). Students with Student ID number less than or equal to 5037600 will sit the test in the usual lecture room (ChemSc M18). Students with ID numbers greater than 5037600 will sit the test in Colombo Theatre A. Please make sure you know which room to go to beforehand. You may not be allowed to sit the exam if you go to the wrong room.
The exam may include questions from all topics up to and including Lecture 06 (Week 7) and Exercise Set 06. The format is multiple choice. The duration is one (1) hour. There is no negative marking for incorrect answers.
You must bring your student ID card (you will not be allowed to sit the test without it), a UNSW approved calculator ( https://student.unsw.edu.au/exam-approved-calculat... ), a pencil (2B), and a single blank page of graph paper for working out. No study notes or other materials are allowed. All materials, including any working out, must be submitted.
Students should read and understand the exam rules and procedures before sitting an exam. These can be found at https://student.unsw.edu.au/exam-rules .
Lectures are recorded. Keep in mind that the recordings are only of the projector output. The recordings are accessible via UNSW's Moodle gateway by clicking here or by following the Lecture Recordings link on the Course Menu on the left.
Classes begin in week 2, Tuesday August 2, and will proceed for 12 weeks, concluding on Tuesday October 25.