# Introduction to Computational Logic: Exams

## General information

There will be three exams: two regular exams in term time and a re-exam at the beginning of the next term. In order to get the credit points for the lecture, you will have to pass two of these three exams.

In order to take part in the first regular exam (the mid-term exam) you need to have achieved at least one third of the points in the tests in the first five tutorials. For the second regular exam (the end-term exam) there is no such restriction.

You can only take part in the re-exam if you have passed exactly one regular exam and have achieved at least one third of the points in the other regular exam.

Here is how your final grade is determined:

• If you pass the two regular exams, your final grade will be calculated as the mean of the two exam grades, plus any bonus you may have achieved.

• If you pass only one regular exam, your final grade will be the mean of the grade of that exam and the grade you get in the re-exam, plus any bonus you may have achieved.

Please acquaint yourself with our exam rules.

## Registration

In order to take part in an exam, you have to register for it.

Registration starts 14 days and ends 7 days before the day of the exam. You can register via the registration page. Please understand that due to organisational reasons, we will not admit people to an exam who have not registered for it, even if they are registered for the lecture as such.

## Dates

Exams are scheduled to take place as follows:

 Mid-term: 2005-05-21, 09:00–11:30. Building 23, R21 End-term: 2005-07-23, 09:00–11:30. Building 23, R21 Re-exam: 2005-09-21, 09:00–11:30. Building 27, Hörsaal Mathe III

## Grading of Exams

Die following Table shows how the grade is computed from the points in the mid-term and the final exam:

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5,04,03,73,33,02,72,32,01,71,31,0
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