Wednesday, November 30, 2005

1st first ever 3 Exams in a week-supplement report


Although exam reports are produced every time an event happens, it is seldom to have it write down, because the estimated grade reflects everything (in the wsu the plan.xls). However, you can have a look to see how structural it is...
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Course: Computer science 122 (Data Structures)
Exam #: exam 3 (18-Nov 2005)
Fairgame: Inheritance, Template, Polymorphism, and combinations and behaviours of them
Prepareness: Complete Managed
Health preserve: B (overnight stay up required, slept before)
Exam self-assessment: Managed
Exam strategy rating: A-
Timing: declared revision completed 20min before exam (BE)
declared fairgame certified 15min BE
question not in fairgame detected in 20min before end of exam (BEE)
required 5 more minutes to get perfect scores.
Report:
mild score damaged in last question. Otherwise certified perfect (Partially certifed perfect).
Estimate:
101 out of 109. (96 points is already an A.)
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Course: Math 216 (Discrete math)
Exam #: exam 3 (16 Nov 2005)
Fairgame: Cardnality; Set; Pigeonhole theory (PHP); onto, 1 to 1, bijection, functions definition, binomial theorem, Probability (Combinations and Permutations).
Prepareness: Complete Certified Managed Managed
Health preserve: B+ (overnight stay up required, slept before)
Exam strategy rating: A+
Timing: Declared revision completed 2.5 hours BE
declared fairgame certified 2.5 hours BE
Report:
Perfect. Honors references. Ceritified perfect.
Estimate:
100 out of 100
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Course: Electrical Engineering (EE) 216 (Introduction to logic circult)
Exam #: exam 3 (16 Nov 2005)
Fairgame: Glitches in SOP, POS; binary numbers on ALU, comparators and multpliers, adders and substractors; MUX and Decoder
Prepareness: Complete Certified Managed Managed
Health preserve: B (overnight stay up required, slept before)
Exam strategy rating: A+
Timing: Declared revision completed 2.5 hours BE
declared fairgame certified 2.5 hours BE
Report:
1 pt question unsure. Good planning on studying with others.
Perfect. Honors references. Ceritified perfect.
Estimate:
(99 to 100) out of 100
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Explainations:
Notice the word Honor is not the Honor granted by other authorities, it is an internal self-assessment that point out the role models for future references. Honor can be also granted to people who are outstanding that is worth for future references, not very often this state is in high percentage. For example, "this person is ___% honored in doing ________."

Fairgame means the area that the exam is going to test.
Ratings:
Managed means the energy/workload/data management is on track and managed.
Managed Managed means the energy/workload/data management is on track and managed, plus the total strategy is optimized and managed for the whole event. Every single details (or more than 95% of details) are guaranteed to be taken care of.
Cerified complete means the knowledge framework is verified to be completed and is correct/consistence before exam.
Complete means the knowledge framework is verified to be completed after exam.
Incomplete but complete after exam means the revision is incomplete before exam but have been make up the deficiency after the exam. However, the exam scored is affected due to incomplete revision.
Incomplete but pending to complete means the revision is still not completed even for now, and some uncertainities detected that is pending to be clarified.
Incomplete with teacher's high expectations the expectation of teachers is way too high so that no student can manage to complete the knowledge framework, and thus score badly in exam. (It is once given in Cpts 122 exam 2, and this exam 2 is not the part of the grade anymore.)
Incomplete forever with certified impossible to manage is given if the exam material is impossible to complete due to the difficulty of problems or failure of time/workload management. Dropping the class may be recommended due to the poor grades may resulted. A mistake may be declared in this situation (It is once given in EE 216 in Shoreline Community College.) This rating is not necessary a bad thing, because this rating may be pervasively used in courses of master degree, but considered as normal, and perhaps eventually get a good grade even this rating is given.

For Report (overall rating):
Honors references means this event is a successful model for the future references.
Ceritified perfect means the product of this event is perfect and verified by the knowledge framework.
For exam strategy ratings: below C is a fail. A is the standard for every test. A- is the minimum tolerable rating that "exam strategy investigation" is not required.
Merit means okay. little glitches do occur without major failures.
Mediocre means having one or a few major failures. Investigation required.
Fail means the product of this event is unacceptable that leads to major failures. Investigation must be carried out without delay to stop future failures.

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