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From: Jichunyang L.
Date: Fri 12th Jun 2020, 9:40am
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"Christopher McDonald" <ch*i*.*c*o*a*[email protected]*a*e*u*a*> wrote:

> "Mingbo Zhang" <22*9*0*[email protected]*u*e*t*u*a*e*u*a*> wrote:
> 
> 
> > Do we need memorize any concepts about Unix for final exam? Or we just need to 
> > understand those concepts?
> 
> Hi Mingbo,
> 
> I'm unsure what distinction you're making between 'memorize' and 'understand'.
> 
> Certainly there are no questions in the exam that can be answered by rote learning the 
> material.  All of the questions ask you to describe the role, purpose, design, or use of 
> some aspects of open-source systems and software (the best examples of which are 
> Unix/Linux), so will need to understand those areas.  You can best support your own answers 
> by presenting factual examples that you have seen/studied throughout the unit.
> 
> If this doesn't answer your question, can you re-word your question?
Hi Chris,
  For most final exam questions (1, 2 and 4) in 2018, there is no specific correct solution for 
them. Therefore, for the final exam, we just need to use appropriates examples and describe our 
opinion clearly, we can get a good mark. is it correct?
  Besides, most questions are essay questions, could we need to write a short essay including a 
brief introduction, body with opinions and examples, and a conclusion?
  Finally, a long essay could make markers bored and tired, therefore, for each question, is 250 
to 300 words suitable? Thanks.

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├─ original   Thu 11th Jun 2020, 6:39pm, Mingbo Z.
├─ reply 1   Fri 12th Jun 2020, 4:07am, Christopher M.
├─ THIS   Fri 12th Jun 2020, 9:40am, Jichunyang L.
├─ reply 3   Fri 12th Jun 2020, 10:28am, Mingbo Z.  O.P.
└─ reply 4   Fri 12th Jun 2020, 12:57pm, Christopher M.
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