Overview
Please be sure to read this page in its entirety, including the important notes at the bottom of the page.
The final mark for COMP1110/COMP1140/COMP6710 is calculated based on six components:
 an individual assignment, A1, worth 5%,
 a major assignment, A2, worth 25%,
 class engagement, CE, worth 5%,
 two lab tests, L1 and L2, worth 5% each,
 a midsemester exam, M, worth 5%, and
 the final exam, E, worth 50%
Each course has two hurdle requirements:
 you must pass the week four basic competency assessment,
 you must get a mark of at least 40% in the final exam
Failure at any of these hurdles will result in failure of the course.
The exam is marked out of 100, the first assignment is marked out of 5, the second out of 25, the lab tests are each marked out of 20, the midterm exam is marked out of 20 and the class engagement out of 10. The marks for the first assignment, the class engagement, each of the two lab tests, and the midsemester exam are ‘redeemable’ via the final exam. This means that for each of the redeemable assessments, your final mark is the higher of your mark for that assessment item or your exam mark divided by 5:
A = max(A1, E/20) + A2
L = max(L1/4, E/20) + max(L2/4, E/20)
C = max(CE/2, E/20)
X = max(M/4, E/20)
The final mark is calculated using the following formula:
Final Mark = A + L + C + X + E/2
Introduction to Advanced Computing II COMP1140
Introduction to Advanced Computing II extends COMP1110. The differences are as follows:
 Students will have one additional expert lecture. The content in that lecture is examinable (for COMP1140 students).
 Students will have a different major assignment to the COMP1110/COMP6710 students.
 Students will be enrolled in distinct lab groups with COMP1140specific tutors.
Given the extra lecture and different exam, COMP1140 students will sit a slightly different exam. However, other than this, the assessment scheme is identical to that of COMP1110.
Important Notes

All submitted work may be subject to oral examination. If the course convener deems the outcome of the oral exam to be unsatisfactory, the assessment will be marked zero, but the mark will be ‘redeemable’ via the final exam.

Students must get a minimum final mark of at least 50% to pass the subject and a minimum final mark of 40/100 in the final exam. Note that final marks for all courses are moderated by a Research School of Computer Science examiners meeting, so the mark you are awarded may be higher or lower than the mark calculated using the above formula.

Please check the Undergraduate Handbook for policy statements concerning special consideration process and special, further and supplementary examinations.

Quality and integrity is expected from all students. Students should also expect this from the lecturing/tutorial staff. Please read over the ANU’s policy on this matter.