Best Ue To Take In Ntu – Most of the NTU undergraduate students here ask, “What electives for the next semester” during the course registration period. I know you have a common problem.
Yes, I am currently in Year 3 (Year 4 #Graduation in the next semester) so I will share my experience as an elective in the past!
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It’s an elective from NIE. The speaker is Mr Tan, also known as Chub Tan, from NTU Fastforward Club, the game creator. Sometimes he organizes an arena in Singapore, if you’re interested, he will attend the game. I go to every event.
Ntu Electives Review
Each lesson includes at least 1 board game. Yes, you heard it right. Generally, you must play the game for 3 hours (or more) per week. This course includes a 20% strategy report for 1 game taught. 10% and 70% final game product (including 600 word design document). It’s basically a free and easy class. And you will enjoy it while you train your brain to win the game.
All you need to do to use this module is to think of a good board game and come up with specific rules. Your final product is evaluated by 2 groups of experts to review your game. It’s important here to read the rules to make sure your game runs smoothly. There should be no conflicts that cannot be resolved without explaining the game. However, the end result will depend on a steep bell curve. I expected an A- but I got a B+ instead.
There is also an extension for this module called Board Game Design 2 where you can make your final product more extensive.
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The 8-week online modules of 3AUs initiated by MAE angmoh are deemed pass/fail without final exams. Temptation? You must reap what you sow. It’s a simple course. But you still have to decide each lecture online to get the job done. It’s really free 3AU UE and I find it boring to continue.
There are 3 open MCQ assessment tests, 3 quizzes that must be submitted online. and one written test. At the end of the course, a pass score of at least 60 percent is achieved. Each assignment is marked with a random peer review. Some assessments are so rigorous that you might even get 0 points.
You have the right to resign at any time. Credit must be transferred back to the NTU to include the results of the level check. This course will be suspended in 2017.
I’m not sure about NTU’s teaching style because I study in Taiwan for exchange. But from a friend of mine who got an A, she said that if she took all the lessons and took the time to memorize the words. she’s fine I’ve heard that the bell curve is very steep because some people who know Japanese use level 1 to get points.
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I also teach in Taiwan. So I don’t know much about NTU’s teaching style (two foreign languages, I’m really Qixiao). In the end, my friend who got SU/U had to get full marks on every dictation and listening test. To get an A and a good score in the essay test.
DA9006: Promote Singapore – We Are The Mateverse | AY2014/15 S2 | UEE | B+ | Recommended Rating: 3/5
It is a module offered by ADM and the instructor is a visiting professor from Germany. I’m not sure if this course continues or not? The class was only 11 students and only 5/11 were local students. We researched the Augmented Reality software Metaio Creator and presented our final project “11 Stations” in collaboration with 2359 Media at the 2015 O.P.E.N Singapore International Art Festival (SIFA).
Basically what we did was allowed to visit Tanjong Pagar train station. During the opening of the house last year We choose different places For trackers and detections around stations so visitors can use their phones to view our AR artwork.
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I think it will be an interesting module. But the instructor himself was confused and unclear about everything. And I’m new to AR software, so I find it tedious. However, this module has helped me gain a new understanding of virtual reality that I can use in my final year project in the next semester. I met LTA developers and 2359 in class, so updated my CV too!
This module is about digital devices in our life (radio, mp3, wii, audio, computer etc). EEE has 3 lectures in this module. personally I found the content interesting and useful. but has a lot of content I never attended lectures and listened to less than 50% of the tapes.
I recommend this module if you are interested in the digital environment and are confident in your memory skills. IT background or knowledge is a huge advantage. As some questions can be speed and unit based, some will benefit EEE and CEE students, students from other schools may have to work harder to complete this module.
The final exam consisted of 40 MCQ questions 50%, 30 MCQ questions for 2 CA assessments and 50% total quizzes. I scored 29/30 and 22/30 without much study (1 night ago). I only spent 3 hours studying before the exam. (Since I had another core course that day) However, I think I got 35/40 in the finals. (I think the annual papers are easy) It still doesn’t A because of my second cui exam. So I made it an MC.
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The bell curve is really steep. So to get an A, you need to score at least 27/30 on each question and memorize the final thoroughly. However, many people S/U this module for time-consuming content. So you might get better grades than you expected. When I entered the finals There are almost 2 empty rows next to me – lots of MCs in this article)
When I got it as a new topic under EEE, this course is designed to make students happier (#bullshit). I’ve heard that some things have changed from year two and it’s getting harder to score. So my data might be somewhat outdated.
If you are interested in writing an essay We recommend that you select this module. Since every class has at least one excellent essay homework assignment, all due at the end of the semester, if possible, be sure to attend a class led by Dr. Patrick (Old Man) is a soldier who keeps talking about his family and daughter.
In terms of percentage of course 40% weekly lessons, 4 case studies, 10% class participation, and 50% final exam (50% compulsory structured questions and 2 of 3 50% choice questions).
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The study trick for this module is to memorize the mind map provided in the e-learning week and summarize the mind map in the week 13 review lecture as I was the first of this course. So the last question is very simple. And all questions are based only on these 2 brain pictures. So I think I can score 85/100 in the finals. I only spent 2 hours the previous day reflecting on them. I had never listened to a lecture recording before. and never studied (or printed) any other lecture notes.
As an A, you must have perfect writing and memory skills. If you are aiming for a B or passing, I highly recommend this course because you can write an essay in 1 hour per week.
IN9008: Corporate Digital Social Game | AY2014/15 S1 | GER-PE BM | A- | Recommended Rating: 5/5
I was one of the first few (2nd or 3rd) to test this module from WKW. Ipa is a novice teacher who tried his best but was unsuccessful. All modules use the same textbook as the module name. There are no separate recommendations for this elective course. Each week, teachers spend 1 hour lecturing, 1 hour playing games, writing reviews, and finally 1 hour answering course questions or group presentations.
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If I’m not mistaken, 2 midterm exams 5% each, Game Research Report 1 10% Writing and Presentation, Game Design 10% / Game Analysis Presentation 1 10%, Class Attendance 5%, Finals 60% Midterm exams have 20 items.