We occasionally receive old or exercise exams from the teachers with the permission to provide them to you. Furthermore, we collect seminar papers, project reports and theses from fellow students.
You can find all old exams, seminar papers etc. in the GitLab repository fachschaft/altklausuren, which you can access using your ICL account.
What’s in there
We currently have exams for the lectures:
- Einführung in die Computerlinguistik
- Logische Grundlagen
- Programmieren I
- Programming Exam¹
- Methods for Learning without Annotated Data
In addition, there are final theses and project reports from some other seminars, which we do not list all here, just have a look in the repo.
What’s not in there
We sadly cannot provide you with material for the following lectures:
- Statistical Methods for Computational Linguistics
- Einführung in die Sprachwissenschaft
- Mathematische Grundlagen
If you have questions or problems with those lectures, just ask someone from the Fachschaft or visit our general assemblies – maybe we can find a way to help you despite the lack of old exams 🙂
¹ Before the redesign of the Programmieren II lecture in the Summer Semester 2022, you needed to pass the Programming Exam to participate in the Software Project. The Programming Exam took place in the pool at the beginning of each semester and took about 4 hours (during the pandemic there was an online format with a short oral part). If you’re interested in what the Programming Exams looked like, feel free to browse 🙂