What are the possible values for a final grade?
Last Updated: 06/01/2022
NA (Not Rated)
This type of classification should be used when none of the assessment elements provided for the student are available. An evaluation element means any evaluation instrument, such as projects, individual or group work, interim tests, frequencies, or examinations. This classification indicates that the student enrolled in the UC did not actually attend (or attended it in a manifestly marginal manner).
This type of classification should be used when the student does not meet the requirements required for approval to the UC, regardless of the value resulting from the calculation of the final grade according to the established formula. The requirements relate to the form and evaluation rules of the UC, which can, for example, define minimum grades in frequencies or exams, involve mandatory work or presentations, or require a minimum number of attendances in classes. Unlike THE assignment, the RE rating indicates that the student has been evaluated in at least one uc evaluative element.
This type of classification should be used when the student meets the requirements required for approval to the UC (does not correspond to NA or RE), regardless of whether he can obtain a final grade value that results in his approval.
The integer value will have to be in the range [0, 20], and the student is considered approved to the UC when the rating is equal to or greater than 10, or failed otherwise.
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