A student who choose continuous assessment, to pass the course, must achieve a MINIMUN SCORE of 4.0 points (out of 10) in each of the parts of the "final exam" .
a student reaches the minimum grade in both parts of the "final exam", to pass the subject must obtain a final grade of ≥ 5.0.
Students who "officially renounces continuous assessment", will make a "final exam" of theory and problems that will be worth 90% of the final grade, and a "exam of practices" that will be worth 10% of the final grade. In any case, to pass the course, the student must achieve 50% of the maximum score in each of the constituent parts of the subject, ie, theory, problems and practices.
In the second call the same criteria apply.
In relation to the July exam, grades of the "short answer tests" and "practices" are maintained, and students only have to repeat the "final exam".
If, at the 1st call, a student suspended one of the parts of the "final exam" (theory or problems) and approves the other party with a grade ≥ 6, on the July exam, you only need to repeat the suspended part.
The student is expected to present an adequate ethical behavior. If you detect unethical behavior (copying, plagiarism, unauthorized use of electronic devices, etc.) shall be deemed that the student does not meet the requirements for passing the subject. In this case the final grade, in the current academic year, will FAIL (0.0 points).
The use of electronic devices during the assessment tests will be allowed. The fact of introducing into the examination room an unauthorized electronic device, will be reason not pass the course in the current academic year, and the final grade will FAIL (0.0 points)