To pass the
subject, it is required at least a score of 4 (out of 10) in each of the assessment
activities, and a global average score equal to or greater than 5 (out of 10).
Even if the global grade is equal or greater than 5, if a student does not get
the minimum score in any of the activities, the final mark will be 4,5 (fail).
second opportunity (July) only it's possible to improve the score in the test.
students who did not do any of the assessment activities will be considered as
will be given priority in the first opportunity (June), in the second
opportunity (July) they may only be granted if have not been exhausted in June.
teaching-learning process, including assessment, refers to an academic course
and, therefore, will restart as new with every academic year, including all
activities and assessment procedures scheduled for that course.
In the case of justified circumstances, additional measures may be taken so that the student can pass the subject, such as flexibility in the delivery date of exercises and in practice schedules.