You will need reliable network connectivity and a working computer during this assessment.
If your Internet, computer, or power is not reliable, you need to have an alternate arrangement ready:
An alternate Internet source such as your mobile phone or a 4G modem.
Devices fully charged to avoid issues with power outages.
A second computer (or able to borrow one) to use in case of computer problems.
Or as a final backup, the ability to attend campus and use a lab computer.
Test these arrangements before the exam to make sure they will work reliably if they need to be used.
The large (32h) window of this assessment is more than enough time to resolve any technical issues as long as you start at a reasonable time.
You will not receive extra time due to technical issues.
You are responsible for monitoring your time during the assessment.
Start early to give yourself plenty of time.
Check the submission details on MyUni and review the Gradescope submission page.
If needed, use alarms, clocks, etc. to help you pace your work and to make sure you submit at the end of the assessment period.
Only work that you submit to GitHub and Gradescope by the end of the assessment will be accepted.
If you forget or misread your assessment time, you will not have another opportunity.
Academic Integrity is taken especially seriously around Exams, and for the purpose of Academic Integrity, we treat this assessment as if it were an open-book exam.
The assessment is graded individually and must be completed individually.
You may access approved resources to help you, however work you submit must be your own,clearly demonstrating your own ability and understanding.
Be sure to review the Academic Integrity checklist at the top of this page.
You can also review the course policy on Academic Integrity , and the copy of the checklist present on the final assessment itself.
Ask questions if unsure.
We are using multiple tools and techniques to detect and prevent cheating, including partial randomisation, digital watermarking, and telemetry data.
You are required to use one of these environments when authoring code during the assessment:
The provided Dev Container.
A GitHub Codespace using the provided configuration.
Doing so will help ensure your progress is backed up in case of technical issues, and provide us with basic telemetry for academic integrity.
Be sure to verify before the assessment that Docker/Dev Containers are working and/or that you are able to correctly access your Codespaces.
Submissions that lack the correct environment or telemetry data will not be accepted.
A test environment will be made available in Week 12 for you to verify working.
We will be available during the assessment to help with admin or technical issues and answer questions if needed.
Your course coordinator and tutors will be on Zoom at specified times during the day.
The Zoom link for this will be provided in the assessment.
At other times, we will reachable via the Dedicated Course Email Address , but may not respond immediately.
If you try to contact us any other way it likely won’t be seen or answered during the assessment time period.
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