|Programme:||Single subject course. The course is included in Network Design and Computer Management 60 credits.|
|Schedule:||Schedule, Autumn 2011|
|Course responsible:||Malin Bornhager|
|Other members of faculty:||Philip Heimer|
Important topics for the Skill exam can be found here (pdf, 12.4 kB).
Final exam 1, 2 credits, grades not passed and passed.
Final exam 2, 2 credits, grades not passed and passed.
Download the planning of the course here (pdf, 32.2 kB).
Skill Exam: is a practical test that covers all parts of the laborations. The student need to solve some problems on the lab equipment, and the exam is done individual. To pass the exam the basic functions and communication in the network has to work. To get a higher grade (4 or 5), some additional configuration has to be done and correct answers are needed on the written part of the exam.
The attendance to all laborations is mandatory, and the student need to be able to answer questions and show each laboration for the lab assistant. To qualify for the Skills exam, the student need to attend to all laborations. If one laboration is missing the student can hand in an extra assignment, if an agreement is done with the course responsible in advance. If more than two laborations are missing, the students need to re-take the course the next time the course runs. The registration for the Skills Exam will be done on the laborations in week 41.
Re-exams for the Skill exam will be offered two times.
Final Exam: is an on-line test with multiple-choice questions. To have access to the Final Exam the student needs to have a valid Cisco Academy Account, and all Module exams must be done before the exam. To pass the exam, at least 50% of the questions need to be answered correctly. To be registered for the Final Exam, the student has to attend to the laborations.