LUISS

Exam Rules

Assessment method

    The exam consists of a mandatory written test (see below) and and optional theory test exam, if the written test is sufficient (grade>=18).

Written exam

  • The written exam is a written test of practical exercises. It is passed if the grade is at least 18/30. It includes 4 exercises:

    • Exercise 1 (6 pts.): Linear Systems of Equations;
    • Exercise 2 (8 pts.): Quadratic forms and Diagonalization;
    • Exercise 3 (8 pts.): Vector Spaces, Subspaces and Orthogonality;
    • Exercise 4 (10 pts.): Functions of Several Variables.

    The length of the written exam is 2.5 hours. Review of papers is possible the day of the oral exam and also by an appointment for another day.

  • Mock of the Written Exam (available soon)
  • Partial test assessment method. The written exam can be passed also through two partial tests. The first partial test is a midterm exam (corresponding to 50% of the final grade) scheduled for the week 5-10, November 2018, the second partial test is a final exam at the first exam session (corresponding to 50% of the final grade). All the information about the grading method can be found at the following link:

  • Three exercises on the following topics: Linear Systems of Equations, Vector Spaces and Subspaces, Orthogonality.

Final exam (scheduled for December 2018)

      Three exercises on the following topics: Quadratic Forms, Diagonalization and Functions of Several Variables.

Theory Test Exam

    The theory test exam consists of (3-4) questions (in written form) to assess the level of learning outcomes related to theoretical foundations of the course. The questions cover the whole course program and the assigned grade determines an adjustment between -2 and 4 of the written test mark, thus yielding the final grade.

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