- Apply knowledge by demonstrating a professional approach and appropriate skills to solve problems - take decisions to effectively solve complex problems and situations - collect and interpret data to formulate independent professional judgments, including on social, scientific or ethical issues - activate effective communication on clinical, social, scientific or ethical issues relevant to one's profile - learn independently.
Expected learning outcomes
The final exam has the objective of evaluating the achievement of the expected competences from a Graduate Student as expressed by the educational objectives of the Degree Course.
Lesson period: Undefined
(In case of multiple editions, please check the period, as it may vary)
The student mainly collects data and makes research concerning the project of final examination so as to develop it in a deep and complete way.
Prerequisites for admission
Full knowledge of the programs of all the courses of the Degree Course.
No teachings are planned for the final examination.
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Assessment methods and Criteria
According to the law, the final examination consists of:
a) a practical exam during which the student must demonstrate that she/he has acquired the theoretical, practical and technical knowledge and skills of the RT(R); b) writing of a paper and its dissertation.
The final examination is organized in two sessions defined at national level.
The Degree Commission will evaluate your academic curriculum in the complex: thesis, exam grades, applying specific rules.
The evaluation of the commission is expressed in one hundred and ten marks (110/110). In the case of a positive evaluation, the final examination is passed with a minimum mark of 66/110 and a maximum of 110/110. In the event of a maximum vote, the Commission can grant praise by unanimous decision.
The criteria for the evaluation of the thesis are:
- originality of the topic; - methodological correctness; - level of detail; - adequacy of the writing and preparation of the paper; - language and presentation skills of the paper.
Evaluation of the final examination: from 0 to 20 points (10 points for the practical test and 10 points for the discussion of the thesis). The Degree Committee, taking into account the thesis discussion and the student's curriculum, will decide the final grade, which will be announced during the graduation sessions.