Evaluation

The following are methods of evaluation:

  • Method A or Continuous Evaluation Method
  • Method B or Final Evaluation Method
  • Special method for elective curriculum units

 

Method A or Continuous Evaluation Method

The continuous evaluation method aims to ascertain the knowledge acquired by the student in the curriculum unit, taking into account the work performed during the class period of the curriculum unit.

Continuous Evaluation comprises the following features: a written exam; other elements that may consist of written research papers, literature review and case law comments, solving practical cases in classes or as homework, preparing and conducting mock trials, inter alia.

Under method A, the student who obtains a Continuous Evaluation grade equal to or higher than 12 points passes the curriculum unit. In case the student obtains a Continuous Evaluation grade between 8 and 11, he/she is admitted to the written exam, and may also be admitted to the oral exam.

Method B or Final Evaluation Method

The Final Evaluation method aims to ascertain the knowledge acquired by the student in the curriculum unit taking into account the results obtained in the examination period at the end of the semester.

The student enrolled in Method B takes the written exam and if the student obtains a grade between 8 and 11, he/she is admitted to the oral exam.

Special method for Elective Curriculum Units

The method and elements of evaluation for elective curriculum units are chosen by the Lecturer.

If the Lecturer does not indicate the method of evaluation, the Methods of Evaluation A and B shall apply.

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