B questions and selection 1 your experiment will not

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B: Questions and Selection: 1) Your experiment will not necessarily be a 'carbon copy' repeat of the circuit and process carried out in the class. An element of design could be present. You will have to calculate and choose suitable component values or logic interconnection to be used to get the results asked for in the question. 2) Experiments will be allotted to each student by draw of lots. 3) You are allowed to ask for a change of experiment if you feel unhappy about the experiment you got. But this has to be requested within 5mins of the exam starting, and will further cost you 25% marks straightaway: you will now be evaluated for only 75% of the marks. A change can be requested at most ONCE. The new experiment you get is also decided by draw of lots. You will be allowed to try again only if the draw accidentally throws up exactly the same experiment again.
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4) No additional time is given to students who opt for a change of question. They have to complete their experiment before the closing time of their slot. C: Experiment and Grading: 1) You can get the pin diagram of required IC during the lab exam - if you ask.. Please
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