Difference between revisions of "National Student Survey"

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{{Assessment 2 2012}}
 
{{Assessment 2 2012}}
Assessment 2 for SET07102 Software Development for Napier University students in session 2012/3 is based around responses to the National Student Survey.
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This tutorial is based around responses to the National Student Survey. The raw data, originally from [http://www.hefce.ac.uk/whatwedo/lt/publicinfo/nss/data/2014/ HEFCE] is available as tab delimited file
Students should complete five of the fifteen problems. You get more points for tackling harder questions. You can scrap a bare pass by attempting only the easy questions (but you had better do them perfectly!). You can be more ambitious and attempt some harder questions. Feel free to submit a mixture of easy, medium and hard but be sure that:
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[http://progzoo.net/NSS_2014_FT.txt NSS_2014_FT.txt]
*The question you submit are correct
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*You submit exactly 5 questions. You may attempt as many as you want but you will be assessed on exactly five.
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==SET07102 Software Development Assessment==
 
==SET07102 Software Development Assessment==
*[[Assessment 2 2012 Easy]]  
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*[[NSS Easy]]  
*[[Assessment 2 2012 Medium]]
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*[[NSS Medium]]
*[[Assessment 2 2012 Hard]]
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*[[NSS Hard]]
 
<source lang='java>
 
<source lang='java>
 
public class NSS {
 
public class NSS {

Revision as of 21:02, 13 November 2014

National Student Survey
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Medium
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This tutorial is based around responses to the National Student Survey. The raw data, originally from HEFCE is available as tab delimited file NSS_2014_FT.txt

SET07102 Software Development Assessment

public class NSS {
	public String UKPRN; // A unique identifier for each institution
	public String institution; // The name of the institution
	public String subject; // The subject of the degree studied
	public String level; // You may ignore this field
	public int question; // Questions numbered 1-22
	public int[] answered; // The percentage of students who responded
			       // 0 - STRONGLY_DISAGREE to
			       // 4 - STRONGLY_AGREE
	public int response; // Number of students who responded
	public int sample; // The number of students eligable to respond
	public boolean aggregate;  // You may ignore this field
 
}