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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 ¾ The exams are designed to test your understanding of the material we have covered in the lectures, the tutorials, and laboratories ¾ The sample exams can give you an indication of the types of questions you can expect Exam Tips 3 • You may be required to ¾ Explain some concepts ¾ Develop algorithms ¾ Write code ¾ 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 ¾ Practice solving the tutorial and laboratory exercises on paper – you should have coded these already in the lab ¾ Compare your answers to the available solutions ¾ Seek help during consultation ¾ 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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This note was uploaded on 08/15/2010 for the course FIT 1002 taught by Professor Mylini during the Three '10 term at Monash.
- Three '10
- Computer Programming