A complete overview of your the grades and the final grade can be found on this page.
You can check your exam results on the following dates, in room BBG-568:
- Dinsdag 25 april tussen 11 en 12 uur
- Woensdag 3 mei tussen 12 en 13 uur
In case you didn’t pass the course and are eligible for a retake (marked orange in the overview) you will receive an email from the lecturer with instructions. If you did not receive this email before Monday 24th April please contact the lecturer on email@example.com
The grades and feedback for 3.2 are posted online and available via here or the assignment 3 page.
The group-grades for assignment 2 are known and available in this PDF.
IMPORTANT! The grades are for the entire group. It is possible that the individual grades are different for people known to not having contributed (enough) to the project. Individual grades will become available later.
Our apologies, some of the text on the grading page was not correct and is adjusted. It concerned the mini tests frequency and the availability of a example exam.
The (password protected) mini-test final results are available via the mini-test page.
Also, the guest lecture from Evert Hoogendoorn from IJsfontein, about Applied Game Design are online on the Applied Games page.
Find the slides for the final lecture on Level Design and Game Landscape on the Lecture page
The final mini-test, about Serious / Applied Games is online and linked on the mini-test page.
The grades for the individual assignment 3.1 can be found on the secure site of the UU, here. The link is also available on the assignment page.
Be aware that as of this week, we don’t have lectures on Friday any more. Take this extra time to do your playtests (this Friday) and work on your analysis (next week).
TAs and lecturers are available at the practicum times in the normal locations for help and feedback.