yea, in the first semester skip the tutorials unless your miles behind
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Faceless Man wrote:
Electronics in the first semester which is meant to be horrible...
I wouldnt let anyone put you off electronics though. It was one of the most interesting modules I did, and I kicked the **** out the exam both semesters with 74%/87%.
He/she is the one that determine how well you get on in that module.
how do ye apply to be a tutor for programming?? what do ye have to get exams wise??!
You don't apply, they offer the positions depending on your programming results. If there is 1 tutor for every 10 students, then the top 10% are asked to be tutors.
If you mean in terms of your continuous assessment mark then your tutor determines far less than you think.
Just click on CA103 - Computer Architechture
as far as module advice goes DONT DO ACCOUNTING unless you did it for the leaving, you wont be using a pen all year and then your expected to do accounts & shyteQUOTE]
I did accounting and didn't do accounting for LC, I just used jc business cert stuff and passed comfortably, knew nothing about actual accounts.
Also do american politics, easiest module ever
accounting is just tough casue its such a change from all the programming, maths etc. your doin in every other subject
Accounting was a piece of piss, but then again I did it for the leaving cert.
well I didn't do it in the leaving and I went to shít all lectures and I still passed with the trusty old faithful day before study
well i didnt go to any lectures for accounting, didnt study, and got 25%. if only i could find out where it all went wrong??