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Your feedback is essential for informing the development of the Tripos. Staff take it very seriously and every year it leads to real changes, for example:
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The Tripos regulations allow students to apply to intermit between Part I and Part II (i.e. after Part IB), or between Part IIA and Part IIB, by making 'a reasoned case' for consideration by the Faculty Board. This case (generally no more than one page) should outline your plans for the year and how these will contribute to your professional development and education. The case should also confirm that the application has the approval of your College.
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The University has a useful webpage about what to expect and what you need to do on the day of your exam, which includes links to the Proctorial notices about conduct during exams.
You should arrive at the exam room at least 15 minutes before the advertised start time of each paper.
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Copies of the standard databooks will be provided at all exams. Where additional data sheets or databooks were provided for a particular course they will be provided.
Open book exam
There will be no open book exams in 2017.
Calculators and watches
Calculators permitted in exams
The only models of electronic calculator that students will be permitted to take into the exam room are:
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For general information about the course and examination, please see the Engineering Course overview. You should also see the project, coursework & exam credit notices which are published for each Part of the Tripos.
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Publication of results and prizes
Please see the University's 'after the exam' webpage for information about exam allowances, class lists and exam results.
If the class list indicates that you have won a prize you can find out more about your prize via the Department's prizes, awards and scholarships website.
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Every year you will be asked to participate in one University-wide survey (either the Student Barometer or National Student Survey, depending on your year). The surveys allow the University to compare your experiences with those of students in other departments and other universities. It is particularly important for the Department that Part IIB students complete the NSS as we need a critical mass for the data to be meaningful and the results have a real impact on the public perception of your course.
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