The exam will be written (70 minutes), will focus on the text of R. Precht: «Ma io, chi sono? E, eventualmente, quanti sono?", Garzanti, Milano 2012 (or other editions), as well as on the lecture notes of the teacher, and will consist of 15 open-ended questions: 6 from 2 points, 6 from 4 points, 3 from 6 points.
Each student must reach at least 16 points to pass the written exam.
Those who have passed the written exam with 18 or more of 18, will be able (if they want) to take part in the oral exam, with which they can acquire a maximum of 2 more points.
Who will have obtained 16 or 17 points, must necessarily take the oral exam to get at least 18 points.
Who will have obtained 30 or 30 cum laude, will not have to take the oral exam.
The oral will focus on reports send to the teacher by e-mail.
Whoever wants to, can be content with the written vote, without having to do the oral exam.
The registration of all the exams will however take place on the day of the oral (which will be announced on the day of the written).
If someone wants to refuse the vote and redo the exam, to get a better wish, he must notify the teacher by e-mail before the day of the oral exam. Otherwise the vote of the already written exam will be recorded.
If Health Laws and University regulations allow, teaching activities, teachers office hours’, and exams may take place online (in whole or in part). For any further information and updates, please refer to the University website.