Reassessment

What do we mean by reassessment?

Reassessments are the second chance to overcome specific subjects within the initial stage of GEI. They include active participation in an intensive course lasting 12 teaching hours, as well as passing an exam on the subject. It is estimated that a successful reassessment requires 50 students’ working hours, including lectures and evaluation. Places for reassessments are limited, are some requirements for students apply.

Subjects with reassessment

Reassessments are possible for some subjects within the GEI initial stage, both in the autumn and in the spring semesters. These subjects are FM, EC, M1, M2 and PRO2. Every student can enrol to one reassessment per semester only.

Requirements to be eligible for reassessment

It is compulsory, on the one hand, to be enrolled in a given subject in order to be reassessed of that subject, and, on the other, to have obtained a final mark ranging between 3.5 and 4.9. As for the PRO2 subject, an additional requirement applies: a student must have obtained a minimum mark of 4 on the global practice note, evaluated according to what is stated in the academic guide. 

Intensive course information

Intensive courses last for 6 days, and they consist of 2 daily teaching hours in the mornings. The exam takes place on monday following the completion of the classes. Date information can be found in the academic calendar.

Requirements to be evaluated of the intensive course

To be evaluated of the intensive course it is compulsory:

  • To attend all classes.
  • To complete exercises and activities proposed by the Professor in charge of the course.

Preregistration and admission

Preregistration will be handled via the FIB intranet, Racó. If the number of applicants exceeds the number of places, priority will be given to students with higher qualifications on the subject. Every student can take one intensive course per semester only. When preregistering, students should apply for a maximum of two subjects, sorted by priority. Preregistration implies the commitment to attend the course in case of being admitted. Admission and no attendance to the course involves not being admitted in future editions. Lists of admitted students, definitive schedules and classrooms will be advertised on the afternoon of the preregistration day.

Evaluation

The result of the evaluation of the intensive course will be apt or unfit. The final qualification of the subject will be:

Definitive qualification=5                                            if the qualification of the intensive is Apt

Definitive qualification= Qualification of the subject      if the qualification of the intensive is unfit

 

Where qualification of the subject is the qualification obtained before reassessment.

 To follow an intensive course will have a positive effect on the curricular evaluation.