- General Information
General InformationLectures: Wednesday 14:00-16:00, Graduate Ctr: GC204 (week 1- week 12)
Tutorials: Wednesday 16:00 - 17:00, Graduate Ctr: GC602 (week 2 - week12).Tutorials start on week 2. Week 7: reading week, no lecture and tutorial. Week 12: revision week.Office Hours: Mondays 10:00-11:00 (Jan. to March, 2019) in Queen's Building, CB314
Lecture Notes: The typed lectures will be available prior to each lecture. Lecture notes will be scanned and posted at the end of each week. The scanned notes are to be used as a supplement to the typed notes.
Coursework: There will be 10 coursework sheets in total.
1. Coursework sheets will be handed out as hard copies in the end of each lecture ( week n).
2. The corresonding sheet will be partially discussed in the tutorial the week after ( week n+1).
3. Afterwards, you can solve all tutorial problems alone or together as a team with up to 3 students.
4. If you want to get feedbacks, you can submit your solution in person in the beginning of next tutorial (week n+2). Note this is also the submission deadline. Solution handed after this time will not be checked.
For example, the first course work sheet will be given in the lecture of week 1, partially discusssed in week 2. Students need to submit the solution in person in week 3. The last course work will given in the lecture of week 11 and discussed in week 12. No solution needs to be submitted for last 2 course work.
Assessment: Total credit for this course is 100% final examination, which covers all teaching materials .Marking Criteria: You will be given written feedback on your coursework solutions, however marks will not be assigned to your submissions. Although the coursework does not contribute to your final mark, weekly practice and coursework submission for feedback is essential to your progress in the module, as well as your understanding of my expectations prior to the final exams.Exam:Calculators are not permitted in this examination. The unauthorised use of a calculator constitutes an examination offence. Complete all rough work in the answer book and cross through any work that is not to be assessed. Possession of unauthorised material at any time when under examination conditions is an assessment offence and can lead to expulsion from QMUL. Check now to ensure you do not have any unauthorised notes, mobile phones, smartwatches or unauthorised electronic devices on your person. If you do, raise your hand and give them to an invigilator immediately. It is also an offence to have any writing of any kind on your person, including on your body. If you are found to have hidden unauthorised material elsewhere, including toilets and cloakrooms, it will be treated as being found in your possession. Unauthorised material found on your mobile phone or other electronic device will be considered the same as being in possession of paper notes. A mobile phone that causes a disruption in the exam is also an assessment offence.
- Week 1
- Week 2
- Week 3
- Week 4
- Week 5
- Week 6
- Week 7 - Reading Week
Week 7 - Reading Week
- Week 8
- Week 9
- Week 10
- Week 11
- Week 12 (Revision)
Week 12 (Revision)
- Final Exam
Examinable material: Class.
Duration: 3 hrs.
Grade boundaries: Standard QM Maths.
It is prohibited to use electronic devices, e.g. calculators or mobile phones, or to share material with other students.
The use of any printed material, e.g. books, any handwritten, and photocopies of any kind, is prohibited.
You should attempt all questions. Marks awarded are shown next to the question.
Assessment ratio splits
100% final exam