Assessment criteria

The final grade is calculated on the basis of a weighted average of scores received for the following elements (weights in brackets):

  1. Students presenations in pairs (40%),
  2. Written test (60%).

Presentations should be prepared in pairs. They should be based on CBA studies presented in scientific papers or studies dealing with some aspects of CBA. Each presentation should last about 20 min.

The test will consist of 15 multiple choice questions. The questions will relate to material covered during the lecture and may involve both theoretical questions as well as problem-solving.


In order to pass the course, it is required to obtain at least 50% of the maximum exam score AND at least 50% of the maximum total score.


The grades will be given according to the following scale:

5   for <90,100>  
4+ for <80,90)     
4   for <70,80)     
3+ for <60,70)     
3   for <50,60)     
2   for <0,50)