|Abbreviation: B36A05||Load: 0(L)
|Lecturers in charge: ||doc. dr. sc. Mladen Zrinjski
To execute final testing of acqured knowledge and skills during the whole study by solving the written exam.
Course content broken down in detail by weekly class schedule (syllabus)
Students take the final exam in written form. The written exam consists of 40 questions from the fields based on mathematical, physical, geodetic and geoinformation material. The written exam lasts 180' and students need to write the answers to each question. The questions can be theoretical, as well as computational tasks in order to evaluate the knowledge level achieved by the students during the Bachelor study programme in adequate way. The length of the questions is adjusted to that kind of exam and should not be longer than one paragraph, a few formulas with the interpretation of tags, i.e. of problem task that is intended to show the understanding of the problem and its solution and not lengthy calculation.
The written exam is conducted by the appointed committee with the vice-dean for academic and students affairs being its chair.
Screening student work
- Practical training - 3 ECTS
- Written exam - 2 ECTS
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