There is an individual, written, closed-book exam at the end of the course, where you can only bring pencils & eraser and possibly a paper dictionary, but no electronic devices.
- Submitted answers must comply with the coding convention (English version) of this course and the legislation on cheating (English summary) of the IT department.
- A mark of at least 50% of the points earns 4 higher-education credit points (4 hp). A mark of 86% to 100% of the points earns a 5 passing grade; a mark of 71% to 85% of the points earns a 4 passing grade; a mark of 50% to 70% points earns a 3 passing grade; and a mark of 0% to 49% of the points earns a U failure grade.
These rules are effective as of 15 March 2010. The instructor reserves the right to modify them at any moment, should special circumstances call for this.
The next exam is on Wednesday 25 August 2010 from 08:00 to 11:00 in Polacksbacken Skrivsal (ITC house 5).
- AD1: June10.pdf, June09.pdf, Aug08.pdf, May08.pdf, Aug06.pdf, May06.pdf, Mar06-AD1.pdf, Aug05.pdf, Jun05-AD1.pdf, Mar05-AD1.pdf, Aug04.pdf, Jun04-AD1.pdf, Mar04-AD1.pdf, 2007 exams by Justin Pearson: Jun07-AD1.pdf Mar07-AD1.pdf, 1998-2003 exams by Tom Smedsaas, the previous instructor
- PK2 (called AD1 from 2008 on, and PK3 until 2003): Aug06.pdf, May06.pdf, Jan06-PK2.pdf, Aug05.pdf, May05-PK2.pdf, Aug04.pdf, May04-PK2.pdf, Aug03-PK3.pdf, Jun03-PK3.pdf, exams by Justin Pearson: Aug02-PK3.pdf, May02-PK3.pdf, Jan02-PK3.pdf, Aug01-PK3.pdf, Jun01-PK3.pdf, May01-PK3.pdf