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Unformatted text preview: FIT1002 Computer Programming Module 13 Revision 1 www.monash.edu.au FIT1002 Computer Programming Module 13 Revision 2 What to expect The exams are designed to test your understanding of the material we have covered in the lectures, the tutorials, and laboratories The sample exams can give you an indication of the types of questions you can expect Exam Tips 3 You may be required to Explain some concepts Develop algorithms Write code Understand and Troubleshoot code Exam Tips 4 Revision Techniques 0. Use the study guides to ensure you have understood and mastered the learning objectives of this unit 1. Review the lecture notes they cover the key material and provide reference to the text 2. Review the tutorial material the tutorials are designed to cover all the important areas 3. Complete all tutorial and laboratory questions the questions were chosen for a reason download the solutions and compare your answers to those provided Exam Tips 5 Revision Techniques 4. Review your assessed labs go over them 5. Complete the sample questions (in this presentation) it is an indication of what you can expect 6. Form study groups discuss important or confusing concepts with others 7. Attempt the ViLLE Quizzes 8. Attempt the sample exam paper 9. Come a see us during our consultation hours to discuss any problems you have. Exam Tips 6 Possible Revision Techniques Practice solving the tutorial and laboratory exercises on paper you should have coded these already in the lab Compare your answers to the available solutions Seek help during consultation It all depends on the approach you are most comfortable with and find the most effective Exam Tips FIT1002 Computer Programming...
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