This page is for information about the Informatics Information Theory course final exam:
Use the available past papers wisely. Exam papers take a long time to write, and so are in limited supply. Do them to time, under exam conditions the first time you look at them. I strongly advise doing a lot of your revision, before looking at the past exam papers at all. If you would like other questions to practice, try the exercises from the course text that we didn’t look at in tutorials.
I expect that the exam for 2014/15 will continue to have a similar format. However, on the day, always read the rubric on the front of the exam paper. Also remember that it’s always possible for previously-unexamined topics to come up. The exam will be in the Semester 2 diet (not December).
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