System of Evaluation

A student’s work scale comprises a certain average of:

a) Mid semestre assessment

Attandance at the final exam is compulsary in the teaching university.

The assessment criteria in accordance with the subject special criteria are defined in the syllabuses.

A credit can be gained by a student in accordance with the achievement of the learning outcomes and foreseen in the syllabus.It is expressed by the achieved credits in teaching components of the syllabus. .

The maximum point in every teaching course/ component equals to 100 points.Satisfactory academic progress eaquals to 51 points and more.

Assessment criteria

 Points    Assessment      
91-100 A Exellence
81-90 B Very Good
71-80 C Good
61-70 D Satisfactory
51-60 E Sufficient
41-50 FX Cound not Pass (She/He is entitled to have a makeup exam only once)
0-40 F Failed (She/He has to retake the course)

(FX) means a failure , the maximum points is 41-50%.It means a student needs to work harder and is allowed to work individually and repass the subject once again. A student can pass the exam in the same semester .The interval between the final exam and corresponding additional one should be not less than 10 days.

(F) means failure. Maximum score equals to 40% and less. It means that a work made by the student is not enough and the student has to retake the exam.

Total maximum 100 points
  Weekly activities  Project-presentation    Midsemestre exam    Final exams   
3*14 = 42 points 5 + 5 = 10 points 18 points 30 points

In a certain program components the forms of evaluation and its methods are in accordance with the subject peculiarities.They are represented in the subject syllabuses and a student is informed in the beginning of the semester.

The limits of Competences

The learning Outcomes of the course should be achieved in both components__ midsemestre and final stages.
The minimal limit of competence should comprise 30%, i.e. 21 points in the midsemester and 9 points in the final exam.

Regulations for delivering exams

Exams at SEU have either oral, written and/or electronic form in accordance with the subject peculiarity.
Exams are led without the attendance of a class lecturer’s . The class order is observed by the observers.

Electronic Exam

E-exam is led in a special room at the computer, where the tests are delivered in e format.

At e-exam one student passes the exam individually.

A student is informed of the results immediately after finishing the test.

A Written Exam

A written exam is led in a separate lecture room or an exam centre. Information about the exam room is delivered to student electronically within the chart of exams in the program.
At written exam one student should sit at a separate table .

A student will be provided by the exam instructions.
The exam time will start after giving an instruction of exam regulations.
The results of the written test will be announced in 2 days.

Student’s obligations at the exam

At the exam a student is to :

  • Appear on time
  • Observe silence and order;
  •  Act himself according to the instruction;
  • Leave the auditory room silently after the exam;

At the exam a student is not allowed to:

  •  Leave the auditory room;
  •  Use a mobile phone;
  •  Use a supplementary note;
  •  Avoid chatting ;
  •  Exchange with information;

A student will be dismissed from the exam if he disobeys rules.

Appeal of the Exam Result

A student who does not agree with the exam result can apply to the dean’s not later than the following day with the concrete argumentation to appeal official announcement of the result. The complaint is received and analyzed by branch committee which is organized on the ground of the dean’s order.