COMP 4027 Forensic and Analytical Computing
About the exam
Here are some details about the exam:
- the exam is for 2 hours
- This is a closed-book exam, i.e. no materials will be permitted in the examination venue
- you should attempt 40 marks worth of questions
- there are four questions as follows:
- question 1 is worth 20 marks
- questions 2, 3 and 4 are worth 10 marks each
- You should attempt question 1 which is COMPULSORY, for up to 20 marks
- You then attempt two of the remaining 3 questions. for up to 20 marks
- if you attempt an extra question (i.e. all questions), clearly indicate which question you do not want to have counted
- Essay answers are not required. Try to be concise in your answers, and sometimes bullet points are appropriate.
- There is a strict marking scheme that will be used for all exams.
- Please make your writing legible - if I can't read it, you don't get marks for it!
It would be useful to look at, and try out, last year's exam. This year's exam is similar in style and
if you practice on this exam, you should be able to perform better on the real exam. Note that there are one or two questions
in last year's exams that cover material not used this year.
Last update hla 2009-06-03