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Course Exam

128303 VO Literary and Cultural Theories and Concepts / Theory (MA) (2021W)

5.00 ECTS (2.00 SWS), SPL 12 - Anglistik

Thursday 03.02.2022 12:00 - 14:00 Digital
Students who do not fulfill the requirements to take this exam will be de-registered after the end of the registration period.


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



Examination topics

Your notes of the content covered in the course of the semester plus the preparatory material posted on Moodle plus the ppt slides will form the basis of your studying for the exam. - The first sitting will start on 27th Jan and continue until 3rd Feb 2022. This will be the first of four opportunities you'll have to pass this course. All further dates will be published in due course on Moodle. The second will start on 3rd March and continue until 10th March. The third sitting will take place during May and the last roughly at the end of June. Please remember to register (and, if you decide you don't feel ready to sit the exam after all, to de-register) on time.All sittings of the exam will be in open-book format.

Assessment and permitted materials

Online written exam (detailed information during the first session make sure to attend!).

Minimum requirements and assessment criteria

Students will gain a deeper insight into a whole range of approaches, theories, concepts and methods, which should enable them to make productive choices when it comes to designing the theory-angle of their MA theses.

Participants will be expected to demonstrate critical thinking and a sufficient degree of familarity with the terminology by passing the final written exam.

The benchmark for passing the written open-book exam is 60%.

Marks in %:
1 (very good): 90-100%
2 (good): 80-89%
3 (satisfactory): 70-79%
4 (pass): 60-69%
5 (fail): 0-59%

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