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Course Exam

180057 VO-L History of Philosophy III (2020W)

Modern Period Until the End of the 19th Cent.

5.00 ECTS (2.00 SWS), SPL 18 - Philosophie

Saturday 17.04.2021 10:30 - 12:00 Digital

Registration/Deregistration

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

Examiners

Information

Examination topics

The texts titled HANDOUT which you will find in Moodle.

Assessment and permitted materials

Written final exam (90 minutes).

The exam for this lecture series takes place digitally in the format of a multiple choice exam with ten partially open questions. You may achieve partial points on a multiple-choice question provided you did not choose any of the wrong answers (this is to prevent a guessing-game). The assignment of grades is described below. By registering for this digital exam, you agree to this exam mode. A second, third or fourth exam date, which may also be carried out online, may differ formally from the first date or the previous dates.

The digital written test is carried out using Moodle. As a student you have to log in with your u:account and thereby confirm your identity. Additional identification methods are not planned.

Number of possible exams:
By registering for this digital exam, you agree to its exam mode. The number of tries for exams will be as usual (i. e. there are four possible examinations per course).

Examination supervision:
In the case of digital written exams, at least one competent person will be announced (on the cover sheet of the exam) who may be reached digitally before, during and after the exam and who is available for questions about the exam and any (technical) problems. If you have technical problems, you can also contact the ZID helpdesk.

Examination inspection:
Online exams can also be inspected by the student wondering about his/her grade. Students should contact their examiners.

Cheat:
By participating in the digital written exam, you declare solving all posed questions independently and without the help of third parties. The test may be subjected to a plagiarism check (Turnitin). The teacher can also contact you for further oral questioning about the subject of the examination within the assessment period of four weeks. This can also be done on a random basis and without any specific suspicion of cheating.

Minimum requirements and assessment criteria

The written exam consists of ten questions, each complete and correct answer is awarded 10 points.
Grading scale:
60 points and less: fail;
61-70 points: sufficient;
71-80 points: satisfactory;
81-90 points: good;
91-100 points: excellent.

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