Métodos de Ensino e Avaliações

There are two types of assessment: Regular Assessment and Resit Assessment Regular Assessment In the regular assessment the students have to take two exams: (a) Exam 1 (worth 20 marks) during the mid-term assessment period. The topics covered on this exam are going to be announced by mid-October. (b) Exam 2 (worth 20 marks) during the regular assessment period. This exam covers the topics detailed in the syllabus plan of the module that were not covered on the Exam 1. After finishing the Exam 2, any student– IF SHE/HE WISHES TO DO SO – can resit the Exam 1, and the mark obtained in this exam REPLACES the mark obtained in (a). No minimum mark is required in each exam. Time allowed for each exam: 1 hour + 10 minutes reading time. The final grade will be the average of the marks obtained in each of the two exams. A minimum final grade of 10 is required to pass the module of Statistics I. Resit Assessment This type of assessment is for students that have not met the pass criteria of the module in the regular assessment and for students that wish to improve their marks (melhorias). The assessment will take place on the date scheduled by the School in the repeat exam period, by a written exam. It covers all topics detailed in the programme of the module. Time allowed: 2 hours + 10 minutes reading time. A minimum grade of 10 in this exam is required to pass the module of Statistics I.