A practice has to be done during the semester which will be the 60% of your final mark. It has to be submitted within the allotted time indicated in the practice description and presented in the classroom.
On the other hand, the exam(s) will be the 40% of your final mark. If continuous assessment is to be applied, students will have to take different exams, while if the student chooses the final assessment, they will have to sit just one exam at the end of the semester. The exam will have different practical activities in order to assess the contents studied in the subject.
The final mark (F) of the subject is calculated according to the following expression: F = Pr + Ex. To pass the course, the student has to get a minimum mark of 3 in Pr and a minimum mark of 2 in Ex. If not, the final mark would be calculated as the minimum between F and 4. If Pr or Ex is not submitted, the final mark will be “Not submitted”.