The questions concern only material presented in the lectures. To be fair to students not proficient in German, exam questions will not relate to the lecture that was given in German. Since we were unable to provide you with online material from Daniel Jacobs, there will be no questions on her lecture either.
Exam questions will be multiple-choice. For every question, several answers will be proposed. One or more (but never all) of these proposed answers are correct. If you identify some, but not all, of the correct answers to a given question, you will a receive a “partially correct” evaluation for this question. We will equally weigh correct and incorrect answers. Incorrect answers (for a given question) will cancel out correct answers (to this same question). Negative overall scores (for a given answer) will not be given.
You will pass the exam if you achieve 60% of the total possible score.
90-100%: excellent (1)
80-89%: good (2)
70-79%: satisfactory (3)
60-69%: adequate (4)
below 60%: inadequate (5)