Undergraduate Exams Papers 2007-2008
The purpose of examinations is to assess candidates' understanding of the Course Unit material. To prepare for the examination, therefore, candidates should concentrate their efforts on studying the subject being examined, and not on anticipating detailed practices likely to be employed when awarding marks. For this reason, Department policy is that marking schemes (also known as 'model answers') for examinations are not published.
To prepare for an examination, all that is required - beyond basic examination technique - is a thorough understanding of the material in question.
Undergraduate feedback archive
Prior to semester two 2012/13 feeedback was often presented in a single document for a year rather than by unit. To ascertain a full set of feedback please use the documents listed here in conjunction with the individual course unit feedback listed below.
No papers are available for individual units 2007-2008