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COVID-19 related changes (BA)

Last academic year (2019-2020), the exams of the some bachelor courses were be temporary evaluated as either 'pass' or 'fail'.

We said back then :

Temporary pass/fail evaluation: the 'pass/fail' evaluation only applies to any student who takes the exam or second exam ('resit') of the mentioned courses in the academic year 2019-2020. This means that the regular numerical grading for these courses is expected to return in the academic year 2020-2021, unless face-to-face examination is still not possible by then (February 2021). Any obtained 'pass' or 'fail'-results will not be transposed to a numerical value.


All examination still takes place online, which means that the temporary 'pass/fail' evaluation continues in 2020-2021.  There is one change however: the course IPN3011 Methods of Cognitive Neuroscience / PSY3011 Meth. van Cognitieve Neurowetenschappen (P4) will revert back to numerical grading in 2020-2021.
 

     Courses with a temporary 'pass/fail' evaluation in 2020-2021:

     IPN1025 Development / PSY1025 Ontwikkeling (P4)
     IPN1026 Perception /  PSY1026 Waarnemen (P4)
     IPN1027 Foundations and History of Psychology / PSY1027 Grondslagen en geschiedenis v.d. psych. (P5)
     IPN2025 Consciousness / PSY2025 Bewustzijn (P4)
 

     * 'Pass/fail' is already the evaluation type for IPN2026 Man & Machine / PSY2026 Mens & Machine .
        See Compensating results if you failed this course in a previous year.

Will this change impact my GPA?

No. The GPA  is calculated from any courses that are evaluated on a ten-point scale. The mentioned courses are not part of that calculation as long as the evaluation is a 'pass' or a 'fail'.
 


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Last modified: Thu, 17/12/2020 - 08:59

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