TThe exam consists of a written test and an oral test done with telematic systems.
For the written test it is necessary to have a webcam to frame the work table and a scanner (or application such as CamScan for smartphones) to send the result of the writing to the teacher in .pdf format.
The written test (duration: 1 hours) aims to ascertain the student's knowledge of the practical aspects of the use of the machines (choice, sizing, etc.) and consists of a series of numerical exercises having difficulties and contents similar to those carried out during the exercises. During the test, the consultation of texts is not allowed and is considered passed if a score of at least 16/30 is obtained.
During the year there are two partial tests (duration: 1 hour / test) which allow you to go directly to the oral test during all the appeals of the academic year.
The oral exam consists of a discussion of the written task (or of the partial tests) and an interview on all the topics covered during the lessons to ascertain the real level of knowledge acquired. To take the oral exam, if the ongoing tests have not been carried out, it is necessary to have passed the written test in a previous appeal (the written test allows you to take the oral test in one of the appeals of the following three months).
At the oral exam, optionally and subject to agreement with the Professor, the student, or a group of students consisting of a maximum of 5 people, can present a project of a plant for an agro-food industry. The project is presented during the oral session but does not exclude questions on other topics covered in class, even if the discussion of the project is basic.
To take the exam it is necessary to register within the deadline provided on the UNIMIA platform (http://www.unimi.it/
The evaluation is expressed by a vote out of thirty. The mark is communicated to each individual student by e-mail automated by the university's verbalization system.
Students with SLD (Specific Learning Disabilities) and with disabilities have to contact the Professor by email at least 10 days before the scheduled exam date to agree on any individualized measures. In the email addressed to the teacher it is necessary to put the respective University Services in CC: email@example.com
(for students with SLD) and firstname.lastname@example.org
(for students with disabilities).