The final examination (Erstklausur) takes place at
Thursday, February 15, 09:00-11:00 in HS1
Please not that you have to register in advance for the final examination at SB@HOME. Unregistered students are not admitted.
To get a proof of certification, you have to pass the written exam with 50% of the achievable points. The given grade will depend linearly on the number of the achieved points in such a way that 1.0 and 4.0 correspond to 100% and 50%, respectively. The lecturer has freedom to relax the evaluation and grading criteria to the advantage of the students.
Likewise, the points achieved in the exercises of the tutorials will be translated linearly into a grade (such that 1.0 and 4.0 correspond to 100% and 50%). If this grade is better than the one obtained in the written exam and if you have passed the written exam successfully, then the final grade is improved by weighting them according to the ratio 3:1, that is:
<final grade> = (3*<grade of written exam> + <grade of exercises>)/4.
Please note that the bonus is only valid for the first exam (Erstklausur) at the end of the semester and expires thereafter. The idea behind this rule is to compensate the difference in the available preparation time. For regulative details, please refer to the second attachment of the ASPO.
- Module shortcut: 11-T-SA / STE1 / ST / T-SE1 / SA
- ECTS credits: 6
- Required previous knowledge: None
- Recommended previous knowledge: Classical Mechanics and Quantum Mechanics
- Contents: Click here for a summary
- Exam: written examination (120 min)