Computational Cognitive Science
The assessment on this course will consist of:
- An assessed assignment, worth 25% of the overall course mark.
- A final exam (120 minutes), worth 75% of the overall course mark.
Please see the assignment page
details on the assignments. See below for details on the exam.
Throughout the course, students will received feedback on their
- Some lectures will feature short, non-assessed quizzes that
students will solve during the lectures. The lecturer will provide
summary feedback on these quizzes.
- Tutorials will be based on non-assessed exercises provided to the
students ahead of the tutorials. Students are expected to attempt
these exercises in preparation for the tutorials.
- The solutions to tutorial exercises will be discussed in the
tutorials and both individual feedback and group feedback will be
provided by the tutor.
- Sample solutions will be released for tutorial exercises.
- Tutorials include feed-forward sessions, in which students are
able to ask questions about upcoming assignments.
- Assessed assignments will be returned to students within two
weeks. Individual, written comments will be provided to each student
by the marker.
- Sample solutions will be released for assessed assignments.
This course will be examined with a 120 min
closed-book exam, no calculators allowed. The rubric of the exam will
be as follows: Answer question 1 and one other question. Question 1
The exam with take place in December for visiting students and in April/May for everyone else. Once the exam dates are finalized, you can find the specific date
Have a look at
exam papers for this course, bearing in mind that the syllabus has
changed substantially in 2013/14.
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