We submitted exam results to the department last night, so they should (I hope) become visible for you on-line today. 23 students took the exam, and the outcome is somewhat polarized: three As, seven Bs, and one C contrast with three Fs, four Es, and five Ds. Because we felt the exam was maybe a little too long for the three hours you had available, we lowered the grade criteria by five percent. In other words, the minimum requirement to pass was 35% of the total points available. The second examinor was Lilja Øvrelid. In case you want to review your exam scores in detail, please contact the department administration. Stephan will be away from UiO until mid-August now, hence it will take a little while before we can jointly look things over; however, anyone who would like an exam review should register their request with the department as soon as possible (i.e. within the formal deadline). God sommer!
In the lecture today, we agreed to start half an hour early tomorrow, i.e. at 9:45 tomorrow, in order to have more time to talk through the exam. Please make sure to arrive on-time: in the beginning of the session, will cast a vote on which sub-problems from the sample exams to discuss jointly; and then we will start looking at exam questions in order of decreasing difficulty.
Because some students are tied up in an exam until 13:00 tomorrow, we will start the last lecture one hour later than usual, i.e. at 13:15 (in our usual room). If possible, I will want to go on until around 14:30; please let me know before the start of the lecture, in case that would cause someone bad trouble. In case you have wrap-up (not exam-related) questions you would like me to address in this session, please email!