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Course Exam

060035 VO Introduction to Ancient Egypt: An Overview (2020W)

STEOP

Friday 22.01.2021 09:45 - 11:45 Digital
The date for the C exam: is 22.01.2021; 9:45-11:45.
The upcoming examination date on 29.01.2021 for EC will be held in writing online via moodle (webcam required).
Within 2 hours (120 minutes) the questions have to be answered essay-like (written exam), and the form has to be posted on moodle again. WEBCAM required for identity verification. A webcam check of your writing environment as well as a plagiarism check of the submission can take place. In case of doubt, an oral check can be carried out.
Log in to the examination at the specified time via the link created in moodle, switch on the camera to check your personal presence and download the examination form. Fill in the cover sheet and answer the questions, upload the form back to moodle at the latest at the end of the examination period. Examionation in open book format.
If you have any questions, please contact the course leader immediately by e-mail.

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Note: The time of your registration within the registration period has no effect on the allocation of places (no first come, first served).

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Important Notice: for EC students: The plan is to hold a written exam. Given the current circumstances and future Covid-development, the modalities might change to a digital written or to a digital oral exam.
STEOP for students of Egyptology: the course i spart oft eh written modul-exam of STEOP Modul C, consisting of two courses (STEOP 1: Introduction into Ancient Egypt: Overview and STEOP 2: Introduction into Ancient Egypt: Themes in focus).

Minimum requirements and assessment criteria

For a positive evaluation are 50% of the maximum points necessary:
88 - 100 % 1
75 - 87,99 % 2
62,51 - 74,99 % 3
50 - 62,50 % 4
0 - 49,99 % 5

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