Método de Avaliação
This evaluation includes the mandatory completion of 1(one) mini-test in the mid term assessment period and the assessment of the student’s intervention in the classroom and of written essays (optional), with mandatory attendance of theoretical and practical classes.
Classes attendance (Mandatory):
A minimum of 80% (eighty per cent) of attendance, of all classes (both theoretical and practical), is mandatory, in order for students to benefit from evaluation along the semester – ETS.
The mini-test shall have the maximum duration of 2 hours. The mini-test will be held on the 24 October 2016 in the scheduled classroom. Students may only consult the legislation uploaded in Aquila.
Intervention in Class and Written Essays:
Participation and commitment of students in class and spontaneous written essays are optional. Nevertheless, these may be considered in the attribution of the final grade (with a maximum of 2 points), but only if they are globally positively marked by the teacher.
Evaluation by means of a Final Written Exam:
All students must enroll on the Final Written Exam of the Regular Season on date to be announced, in classrooms which will be displayed in Aquila.
Should the grade obtained in the Final Written Exam be higher that the one obtained in the mandatory mini-test, the grade of the Final Written Exam shall prevail.
Should the grade obtained in the Final Written Exam be lower that the one obtained in the mini-test, then a 50% average between the two scores shall apply.
If students intend to improve their grade, they will be able to do so on the Final Written Exam of the Appeal Season on date to be announced, in classrooms which will be displayed in Aquila.
- Filipe Santos Barata