Second Year Roundup

Well, my second year is done and dusted. I’ve had a thoroughly great time, and learnt a lot too! :). I thought it might be nice to have a post to say thank you to everyone, and to have a list of all the results I achieved, for future record. So below you can see a table of all my results, and my average for the year:

Module ACW 1 ACW 2 Exam 1 Exam 2 Overall
Simulation and 3D Graphics 90% 90%
Advanced Programming 100% 75% 90.85% 88.24%
Networking and Web Technologies 80% 100% 85% 88%
2D Graphics and User Interface Design 86% 86% 86%
System Analysis, Design and Process 87.5% 72% 80%
Electronics and Interfacing 71.25% 84% 77.62%

This means my average for the year is:


Which is a high first class, and a grade I’m really happy with :). Thanks to everyone at the University of Hull for making this year so great, particularly those in the Department of Computer Science.


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Year 1 In Numbers

Today I had my final exam, which was for my Software Engineering module, specifically on project management. It went really well and I’m expecting and hoping for a really good grade. 🙂

That being done means I’ve now finished my first year in Computer Science at The University of Hull. It’s been a great year, I’ve learnt loads, made some great friends and had some good laughs! I’d go so far as to say its been my best year ever! 🙂

I thought it might be cool to reel off some important numbers to do with the year, so here it goes:

  • 104 Blog posts
  • 8203 Blog Views
  • 153MB of Lecture Notes, Programming code and associated assets
  • That’s 1,140 Files
  • 2 Windows Phone Applications submitted to the Windows Phone Marketplace
  • 308 Downloads of Sweepy Cleaner
  • 201 Downloads of Evil Squash
  • That’s 509 downloads in total
  • 3 Windows Phones – 1 I bought and 2 from Microsoft 🙂
  • 1 Year of fun!

Thanks for reading the blog this year and please do continue to check back. I shall blog over the summer as I work on and complete projects and shall continue throughout next year and into the future.

Thanks to everyone at the University of Hull — Lecturers, fellow students and friends alike for making it such a great year.