The exam will consist of up to 20-30 short questions, aiming to test the overall understanding of the theoretical material covered during the course (example in Estonian). For those who attend the lectures it will hopefully be trivial to solve. The maximum score for the exam is 30 points (i.e. the exam forms around 30% of the final grade).
To prepare for the exam, I recommend to go through the flashcards in CGLearn for both Basic I and Basic II module. You should go through the flashcards at least once or twice in a week throughout the semester. Going through them the night before the exam, will not maximize the benefit gained.
Also, pay attention to the question and exclamation marks in the lecture slides, and questions asked in the descriptions of homework tasks in CGLearn.
You can bring to the exam: pens (as many as you need), pencils, erasers, pocket calculator, ruler, protractor, compass, other drawing and writing tools.
You can not bring to the exam: smart phones, computers, cheat sheets, books or any other tool that can be used to access knowledge outside your own brain (the exception is a pocket calculator).
Exam dates are:
- 16.01 at 12:00 - 16:00, room 122
- 24.01 at 12:00 - 16:00, room 122