Scheduling of the Lab

 

The scheduling of the laboratory is available at the end of this page as an attached file.

1st Lab:

Each student begins the semester with the first measurement. Please prepare for the first measurement as well!

The groups of students have been formed on the first measurement.

 

How to interpret the scheduling

The date and dime of the measurement are given in the scheduling. In order to be able to interpret the scheduling, one should know his/her own course code, and a two digit group code (ID). The students get the group ID in the first measurement, and the code of his/her course is found in the Neptun.

An example:

A student with course code H31E and group ID 42:

  • H means the day of the week in hungarian, H stands for Monday, H3 means that this course is on the late afternoon.
  • H31 42 -> H3  (Monday 16.15)
  • H31 42 -> First course in Monday afternoon
  • H31-42 -> The student is in group 4. of course H31
  • H31-42 -> The student is the second member of group 4. of course H31
  • H31 42 -> Measurement in column H31 g0...4 applies to the student in the attached scheduling

Theoretical final test

The test will be hold on:

  *  date: 6th December, 2019. (Friday)

  *  time: 14:00 - 16:00

  * Place: Q-II

 

The theoretical exam covers all of the measurements that have been performed by the students during the semester (e.g., measurement methods, calculations, definitions, measurement arrangments, block diagrams, analysis of results, theoretical questions related to the measurements...). It is a written exam. Students can prepare for the exam according to the laboratory guides, the attached and referenced books and lecture notes, furthermore according to the measurement reports. The theoretical questions are related to the theoretical and practical parts of the measurements. Only paper, pen and calculator can be used. It is not allowed to use any books, lecture notes or hand-written/printed materials. Mobile phones should be switched off during the exam.

The length of the theoretical exam is 90 minutes.

Repetition of the final theoretical test:

  * date: 20h December, 2019. (Friday)

  *  time: 8:00 - 10:00

  *  Place: ?

 

Practical final test

The students have to solve one part of a randomly selected measurement. The length of the test measurement is 45 minutes. The students should be able to solve any of the measurements which were performed during the semester. Students can prepare for the practical test according to the measurement reports and lab. guides. In the practical test only the instruments and measurement boards can be used. It is not allowed to use any books, lecture notes or hand-written/printed/electronic materials. Mobile phones should be switched off. The students have to solve the measurement alone. No sceleton file will be available during the measurement.

The date and time of the practical test is:

  * 9. December, 2019. (Monday),

  * 15:00

  * Place: Q-laboratories

Every student should arrive in time! We can not postpone the measurements.

Repetition of the final practical test (there will be no more repetitions):

  * 16th December, 2019. (Monday)

  * 13:00 

  * Place: Q-laboratories

 

 

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