freely choose whether to pass the exam on the
attending students program or non attending students program (see below
for the non attending students materials).
Students who cannot attend
the lectures of the course can choose the attending students program,
too. No need to attend.
a.y. 2019/20. The exam will be on both videolectures
2019/20 and pdf slides on Moodle.
Students will have to
take both a written test (on Moodle) and a short oral exam (via Zoom or
a.y. 2018/19 and previous a.ys.: students will study on both slides and notes taken during the classes
of their a.y.,
and pass only an oral exam (no written test).
students program: studetns will study on documents available on Moodle,
and pass an oral exam (no written test).
2020 exams will be
entirely on-line, unless different choices made by our School. All students must be registered on Moodle platform,
course Agrifood Economics 2019/20, to take the exam. Please send an
e-mail to professor for passwords.
Exam for Attending students program
registered to the official exam, students will receive detailed
information by Professor.
The exam is
composed by two parts:
a written test on Moodle Platform (13 true/false questions and 2
multiple choices questions). True/false questions will give 1 point when
the answer is correct, 0 point when non aswered, and -0,5 points when
the answer is wrong; multiple choices questions will give 2, 0, -1
points). The written test lasts 12 minutes. There are 17 points
available, and the minimum mark to access the oral exam is 6 points. To
pass the written test, students must be registered to the Agrifood
Economics 2019-20 course.
oral exam in the same day of the written test (2-3 questions). There are
17 points available for the oral exam.
obtained by both the written and the oral exam will give the final mark
of the exam. Marks obtained from the optional exercises will be added to
the mark obtained from the written+oral exam.
Exam for NON attending students program
wishing to pass the exam on the NON attending students program will
study on the papers available on Moodle platform, course Agrifood
Economics, and take an oral exam (no written test).
Exam for attending students program of previous a.ys
wishing to pass the exam on the attending students program of previous
academic years (2018/19, 2017/18, etc.) will study on the slides and
other materials of those a.ys., and take an oral exam (no written test).
- 16th December h.15.00
- 14th January h.15.00
- 3rd February 2021
- 15th June 2021 h.15.00
- 15th July 2021 h.15.00
- 2nd September 2021
- 14th December 2021