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Exam and final course grades

8 Fevereiro 2016, 12:41 Pável Pereira Calado

The grades for the second exam and the final course grades where published.

Students who what to review their exame should contant both professores until 9/2/2016, 13:00.


Exam registration

26 Janeiro 2016, 10:36 Pável Pereira Calado

We ask the students to register for the second exam. This is  mandatory. Registration will be open until 27jan/2016 at 12:00.


Exam review

25 Janeiro 2016, 14:09 Pável Pereira Calado

Review of the exams will be:

- Prof. Pável Calado (groups 1 or 2):
-- Taguspark - 26th January (Tuesday) - 12:00--13:00 - room 2N-5.15
-- Alameda - 27th January (Tuesday) - 14:00--15:00 - ...to be announced...
- Prof. José Borbinha (groups 3 or 4):
-- TagusPark - 26th January (Tuesday) - 12:00--13:00 - room 2N-5.15
-- Alameda - 26th January (Tuesday) - 17:00--18:00 - room 0.19 (Informática II)


Exam grades

23 Janeiro 2016, 20:44 Pável Pereira Calado

The exam grades are now published under "Exames/Notas" (TP website).

For the clarification of any detail concerning the exam grades, please try
first that by email contacting the relevant professor, considering that the
groups 1 and 2 where graded by Prof. Pável Calado and groups 3 and 4 by
Prof. José Borbinha.
If you believe a in presence review is required, please send a request for
that by email, to the concerned professor, UNTIL THE 20:00 OF January 25th,
considering these periods for that purpose:
- Prof. Pável Calado (groups 1 or 2):
-- Taguspark - 26th January (Tuesday) - 12:00--13:00
-- Alameda - 27th January (Tuesday) - 14:00--15:00
- Prof. José Borbinha (groups 3 or 4):
-- TagusPark - 26th January (Tuesday) - 12:00--13:00
-- Alameda - 26th January (Tuesday) - 17:00--18:00


Course materials

4 Janeiro 2016, 14:06 Pável Pereira Calado

This is just a reminder that the course slides, because they are just slides, made for presentations and not for studying, do not contain all the details that were taught in class. The students, when necessary, should also use the course bibliography or their own class notes.