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From: Timothy F.
Date: Wed 10th Jun 2020, 12:22pm
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"Nathan Scott" <18*1*1*[email protected]*u*e*t*u*a*e*u*a*> wrote:

> Q: another CITS unit has forbid the use of any notes/paper etc.  What is the policy for Agile?  The 
> reason I ask is the cheat sheets.  I would ideally just print them.  I think I made a comment in the 
> trial exam on the how I find it hard to use, it closes everytime you go to another question, so you have 
> to go fishing for the menu item again.  It also doesn't always allow you to click and drag to enlarge 
> the window (I'm on windows 10), which really is a deal breaker for me, I had major issues with this last 
> week.  Searching through the cheatsheet when the window for it is stuck at 400x400px is not fun in an 
> exam scenario.  From a user perspective it is badly designed.  I suppose we have a little extra time 
> with these exams, so that helps to deal with this kind of thing.  However, some direction would be good 
> here.  I do somewhat agree with the comp.vision lecturer to ban paper completely as it will make his 
> life easier dealing with all the incidents that examsoft will generate everytime someone looks away from 
> the screen etc.
> 

In Agile Web Development, the policy is you can have 5 blank sheets of paper to make notes on during the 
exam. You can't print out the cheat sheet beforehand. I know the pdf viewer function is less than ideal, but 
at least once you've found what your looking for you can scribble a note and then go back to the answer.

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├─ original   Fri 5th Jun 2020, 9:22pm, ANONYMOUS
├─ reply 1   Mon 8th Jun 2020, 9:27am, Timothy F.
├─ reply 2   Mon 8th Jun 2020, 11:54am, Nathan S.
├─ reply 3   Mon 8th Jun 2020, 6:27pm, Haolin W.
├─ reply 4   Wed 10th Jun 2020, 11:56am, Nathan S.
├─ THIS   Wed 10th Jun 2020, 12:22pm, Timothy F.
├─ reply 6   Wed 10th Jun 2020, 12:34pm, Georgia A.
├─ reply 7   Wed 10th Jun 2020, 2:17pm, Haolin W.
├─ reply 8   Wed 10th Jun 2020, 2:40pm, Timothy F.
└─ reply 9   Wed 10th Jun 2020, 3:00pm, Nathan S.
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