The final exam is done using an individually performed test covering the expected study outcomes according to the course syllabus. The exam will be a short online exam with multi-choice-questions that will be finished individually. The time for the exam will be limited. You can use any kind of aids (books, online resources, etc) during the exam except for cooperating with other students or asking other people for help. If cooperation is suspected this will be reported to the disciplinary board of the university.
If you pass the exam you will get a grade on the course based on the level and quality of the workshop assignments that have been performed by you.
If you fail the exam you will have to take a re-exam. Are the workshop-assignments not satisfactory (scope/quality) you will get a chance to correct them for a passing grade (E) in the course.
Final Exam Dates
You will have 3 chances to pass the online exam. The exam will be open as follows
Exam Period 1: 2019-10-17 09:00 – 2019-10-17 21:00
Exam Period 2: 2019-10-25 09:00 – 2019-10-25 21:00
Exam Period 3: 2019-11-02 09:00 – 2019-11-02 21:00
After completing the course the student is expected to::
- Understand the concepts and principles of object oriented analysis and design
- Be able to develop object oriented models in UML for different problems
- Be able to transform object oriented models into an object oriented programming language and vice versa
- Have basic knowledge of the use of design patterns
- Have basic knowledge of refactoring as a design method
These goals are trained and assessed in the course workshops in a group setting and individually in the final exam.
The course have 4 parts where you can get credits in ladok, these are graded and credited as follows:
|WS 1||1||A-F (F is Fail)|
|WS 2||2.5||A-F (F is Fail)|
|WS 3||3||A-F (F is Fail)|
Individual workshops are graded with a straight conversion from the numbered grades (2-4) to A-F scale: 2->E, 3->C, 4->A.
The final grading for the course is done using the following table.