Written online exam composed of 10 multiple choice questions (20 Points in total), including questions on the definitions of terms, clarifications of principles and comprehension questions, 4 open questions (10 points each) and one opinion question/Essay (40 points).
100 to 90 Points: Very good (1)
89 to 80 Points: Good (2)
79 to 70 Points: Satisfactory (3)
69 to 60 Points: Sufficient (4)
>60 Points: Poor (5)
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