Topics: Parking, Periodization, Clock Pages: 2 (680 words) Published: March 9, 2015
Practical Applications
A countdown timer for examination with minutes and seconds display in which the examiner can adjust the period of time. The time will be display with 3 seven segment display, this can be used as a 1 for minute and 2 for seconds or all display for minutes only. The buzzer will alarm every after thirty minutes. This is to jog the memory of the examinees, on how much time is left. When the time period is finished, another beep from the buzzer would be heard to remind the examiner and the examinees that the exam is completed.

Summary and Conclusion
Whether you have a day to prepare for an exam or a week to cram and study, having a countdown timer during examinations can help students be run by once more of how much time is merely left. Seeing the timer approaches to zero activate a student’s adrenaline to haste which aids to finish the work he/she is doing more hurriedly and more enthusiastically. Being unconscious of the time left might put anyone to a comfort zone, not performing his/her task quickly, not knowing that time is running out; or it might put any person to a cram condition, doing his/her task too hurriedly without concentration, not knowing that there is still time left. Having a timer, time management will definitely be better. This project helps not only for the students but also for proctors as well. We conclude that this project indeed suitable for Computer Engineering students, especially to those taking up Circuits I and Computer Systems Organization. By accomplishing this project, we have now seen as exact useful of our lessons.

After we conducted a 90, 180 and 240 minute test to our timer we come across with a particular conflict regarding its display. The more the number we set to our timer the more it blaze its ground in the display. As a students and a learners at the same time in this case we don’t know how to fix this kind of engagement at this time because we’re not that exposed in this matter but...
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