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I have no idea what any of that means, but...congrats?


OOP: Object Oriented Programming
Conc, N&OS: Concurrency, Networks & Operating Systems
Compilers: what it says
PL: Programming Languages (designing them, not just learning a load)
Architecture: Computer Architecture (RISC vs CISC, pipelining, stalls, forwarding, etc)
Graphics: Computer Graphics
Practicals: The actual labwork that I've performed over the course of the year, as opposed to the other marks that are exam results.

The result is a Class I degree mark, which is what I would like to end up with. This is only the first half of my degree, but it means that as long as my average next year is 70 or higher, then my degree is Class I overall. A Class I from Oxford is a very nice thing to have. [grin]

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Quote:
Original post by Driv3MeFar
I have no idea what any of that means, but...congrats?


OOP: Object Oriented Programming
Conc, N&OS: Concurrency, Networks & Operating Systems
Compilers: what it says
PL: Programming Languages (designing them, not just learning a load)
Architecture: Computer Architecture (RISC vs CISC, pipelining, stalls, forwarding, etc)
Graphics: Computer Graphics
Practicals: The actual labwork that I've performed over the course of the year, as opposed to the other marks that are exam results.

The result is a Class I degree mark, which is what I would like to end up with. This is only the first half of my degree, but it means that as long as my average next year is 70 or higher, then my degree is Class I overall. A Class I from Oxford is a very nice thing to have. [grin]


Yeah, I get the class abbreviations and all that. I just have no idea what a Class I mark is, and what scale the numbers are on. You crazy Brits and your non-4.0 GPA scale [lol].

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