There is an individual, written, closed-book exam at the end of the course (Fri 17 Oct from 14:00 to 19:00 in the Polacksbacken exam hall of House 5), worth 4.5 higher-education credits (ECTS credits). You can only bring pencils and possibly a dictionary. The grade scale is as follows, when your exam mark (plus any bonus points on the assignments) is X out of 100 exam points:
|Swedish Grade||ECTS Grade||Condition|
|5||A||90 <= X <= 100|
|5||B||80 <= X <= 89|
|4||C||65 <= X <= 79|
|3||D||58 <= X <= 64|
|3||E||50 <= X <= 57|
|U||FX||40 <= X <= 49|
|U||F||0 <= X <= 39|
Recall that every assignment point beyond a total of 16 (of 20) translates into 5 bonus points for the exam, but also that they are only valid this academic year!
PhD students can replace the standard project by a more sophisticated project in order to be relieved of the assignments and written exam: contact Pierre Flener.