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The final grade results from the sum of three elements:

  • curricular average
  • evaluation of the student's career
  • evaluation of the final test

In particular:

  • the curricular average (expressed in hundredths) consists of the CFU-weighted average of the grades reported for the educational activities included in the study plan that provide for a final grade and is forwarded to the committee by the student secretariats along with the career
  • for the career assessment the committee may award up to 2 points, with a maximum of 1 point if you have a grade point average above 100/110 (and if you take the graduation exam by March 31 of the third academic year) and the award of 0.5 points for each honors achieved
  • for the final examination the maximum score is 6 points, awarded as follows:
    • from 0 to 4 points for the quality of the paper
    • from 0 to 2 points for the ability to present and discuss the paper, answering the committee's questions

The final grade is derived from a single rounding of the score for:

  • default, when decimals are less than or equal to 5
  • excess, when decimals are greater than 5

The committee, by unanimous consent, may award honors if you achieve (or exceed) a score of 112/110. As a rule, there is no provision for the awarding of dignity for bachelor's theses.