Please read carefully and act consequently! No exemption possible under any circumstances!
The final mark evaluating your anatomy study for the entire semester consists of two components: semester activity credits and final examination score.
On special occasions, extra bonuses/maluses may be added/deducted to/from the calculated final mark.
The semester activity credits are gained during the entire length of the semester. It counts for upto 2.5 points (25%) of your final mark.
Your activity is evaluated by 3 assistant professors with marks between 1 and 10 for the following three aspects:
- midterm test(s): two in the first semester and one in the second semester. They count for 33% of the semestrial credits.
Failure to pass the midterm tests prevents you from attending the final examination, pending success in this regard;
- group activity is evaluated by the group assistant professor. It counts for 50% of the semestrial credits, in a special manner.
A score over 5 will add to the final mark. A score of 5 doesn't modify the final mark at all. A score below 5 decreases the final mark accordingly;
- embryology test counts for 17% of the semestrial credits.
Failure to pass the embryology test prevents you from attending the final examination, pending success in this regard.
The final examination score is the result of the practical (spoken) and theoretical (written) examinations. It counts for upto 7.5 points (75%) of your final mark.
- the practical examination counts for 25% of the final examination score.
A mark of 3 or less results in failure of the final examination;
- the theoretical examination counts for 75% of the final examination score.
A mark lesser than 5 results in failure of the final examination.
Extras are either bonus or malus points which are occasionally added or deducted from the calculated final mark. They vary between -1 and +1 point.
- bonuses are added to the calculated final mark as reward for special interest shown in the study of anatomy:
participation to the production of teaching materials, participation in anatomy scientific meetings, exceptional classes attendance etc.
Bonuses can NOT turn a failure final mark into a passing one!
- maluses are deducted from the calculated final mark for failure in obeying the general academic and specific anatomy department rules:
negative, aggressive, disrespectful or disturbing attitude during the classes, intentional damage to the teaching material or furniture etc.
Maluses CAN turn a passing final mark into a failure one!