Academic Day 2017 is a full day event organised by Academic Liaison Cell of the NUS Students’ Computing Club. It aims to introduce the student life in School of Computing to our incoming freshmen.
The event will include talks and booths on academic essentials as well as extra-curricular programmes etc.
Sign-up link: http://tiny.cc/acadday
Targeted at freshmen and Java amateurs, this workshop aims to familiarise students with the Java programming language and object oriented programming (OOP) concepts in the language.
This workshop also hopes to serve as a stepping stone to their data structure modules.
In AY2016/2017 Semester 2 online module registration via CORS, students reading GEH, GES, GET and SS modules can only select a 2nd module within the same pillar/same group from Round 2B onwards, subject to availability of vacancies. Appeal is not required if you are prompted with a fail pre-requisite message when trying to select a 2nd same pillar or 2nd SS module in Round 2A, but please wait for Round 2B to select the 2nd same pillar or SS module, subject to availability of vacancies.
Students admitted in AY2016/17 and beyond (except those from RVRC) will be required to read a module from the “Asking Questions” pillar to fulfil the GE requirements. A portion of students who have completed GER1000 Quantitative Reasoning in Semester 1, AY2016/17 may be pre-allocated GEQ1000 in Semester 2, AY2016/17. All other students of Cohort AY2016/17 will be pre-allocated the “Asking Questions” module in the subsequent two semesters thereafter (in Semester 1 or 2 of AY2017/18).
Students can now refer to the S/U Home Page for useful links and information on Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory (S/U) option matters. You are also strongly encouraged to familiarize yourself with the set of S/U Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) relevant to your admission cohort.
For students admitted in AY2016/17 and after, we have prepared the online ‘Guidebook to S/U Declaration Exercise for Cohort AY2016/17 and after’ to provide useful information on how to go about making your S/U declarations.
On a separate but related note, the online declaration for S/U option for current semester will be held from 20 to 22 December 2016 (by 6pm) upon the release of results for Semester 1, AY2016/17.
Should you have any queries, please email to [email protected] using your NUS email account.
Freshmen! Please visit and bookmark the following link:
Information For Freshmen in School of Computing
Some important events to note from the link,
- MA1301 Introductory Mathematics Proficiency Test
- Programming Refresher Workshop for Poly Students (With programming background)
- CS1010 Programming Methodology Placement Examination
- Qualifying English Test (QET)
- Programming Refresher Workshop for JC Students (No programming background)