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Course Exam

010110 VO Introduction to Catholic Theology I (2021S)

3.00 ECTS (2.00 SWS), SPL 1 - Katholische Theologie

Friday 25.06.2021



Examination topics

Content of the course and of the book "Auf Wanderschaft", 104-282.

Assessment and permitted materials

Written exam; no auxiliary means allowed

UPDATE 5/5/2021: The STEOP MODULE EXAM will be held on the posted exam dates as a present-written exam in Lecture Hall 6 at 3:00pm-6:00pm. Requirements for getting access to the exam are: 1.) Registration for the examination date 3-1 week before the date; 2.)Participation in the module examination as provided for in the respective curriculum (examinations of a single course are not taken as part of the module examination); 3.) presentation of a valid admission test to the examination supervisor (https://coronavirus.wien.gv.at/testangebote/); 4.) wearing an FFP2 mask during the entire time of being in the building of the University of Vienna and during the entire time of the examination; 5.) adhering to the distance rules during the examination in Lecture Hall 6 by taking an assigned seat (2 meters away from the nearest person); 6.) surface disinfection upon leaving the seat by the student.
Adhering to the distance rules during the examination in Lecture Hall 6 by taking an assigned seat (2 meters away from the nearest person); 6.) Surface disinfection upon leaving the seat by the student(s).
Students who wish to take a LEARNING EXAM of the lecture will also register for the same exam dates 3-1 week prior to the date; the lecture exam will be oral-digital and will last 15 minutes, with the exam day beginning at 8:00 a.m. After the registration period ends, registered students must select their 15-minute time range on TEMPUS (https://www.univie.ac.at/tempus/) 7-2 days before the exam. The day before the exam, enrollees will be sent a BigBlueButton link to take the exam.

Minimum requirements and assessment criteria

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: Knowledge of at least 50% of the topics of the course.
STANDARD OF EXAM: Achievement of at least half the number of points in the written final examination, which will consist of three parts at the current planning: multiple choice, one-sentence questions, and a short essay.
Assessment key: 100-87 points = 1; 86-75 points = 2; 74-63 points = 3; 62-50 points = 4; 49-0 points = 5.

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