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Public spending and resource funding
Dual Bachelor in Law and Economics (230)
IBAÑEZ GARCIA, REBECA JUDITH
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Public State Law Department
Skills and learning outcomes
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CONTINUOUS ASSESSMENT The total grade scores about 10, according to the following breakdown: - 4 points - continuous assessment: consists essentially of two partial examinations. Other surprise tests and additional class activities may be performed. - 6 points - final exam. To pass this course, it is necessary to achieve a minimum score of 2.1 out of 6 in the final exam. Thus, the student will fail the course if this requirement is no met, eventhough he may reach at least a scope of 5 points as a result of the addition of the continuous assessment and the final exam¿s grades. Student participation in class will positively influence the student's final grade. NON-CONTINUOUS ASSESSMENT The final grade is based on the final examination, on which the student can score a maximum of 6 points out of 10. A rule of three shall apply on the qualification obtained in the examination: if a student obtains 10 points in this final exam, he will achieve a 6 points grade for this course. This means that a student may obtain 8.3 points out of 10 in the final exam to pass the course.
% end-of-term-examination 60
% of continuous assessment (assigments, laboratory, practicals...) 40
Calendar of Continuous assessment
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