The test of knowledge acquired by a student is carried out during the three examination periods: January-February, June and September. Students have the right to participate in the exams, after registering for participation in the Secretariat of their Department, where they declare the courses in which they are going to take part.
The exams are conducted exclusively after the end of the winter and spring semesters for the courses taught in those semesters respectively. The student is entitled to be examined in the courses of both semesters as follows:
During the examination period of January-February, the student can be examined in the courses that he/she has included in the course application of the winter semester.
During the examination period of June, the student can be examined in the courses that he/she has included in the registration of the courses of the spring semester.
During the September exam period the student can be examined in the declared courses of both semesters (winter and spring).
Students who have completed their 5th year of study are allowed to be examined in all the courses they owe, if they have declared them at least once during their studies. Performance appraisal can be done by written or oral examination. Also, the academic teacher is entitled to exempt some students from the final exam, provided that there has been sufficient sequential testing of their knowledge during the semester and provided that the smooth operation of the curriculum is not disrupted.
The final grade of each course is derived from the average performance in theory and in laboratory or tutoring practice.
The score is given between 0 and 10.
The basis of success is the grade five (5).
The results of the exams are announced by the instructor and are sent to the Secretariat of the Department within three weeks from the exam of the course with the exception of special cases. In case of failure of the student in a course more than three times, the course is possible, upon his/her request and by decision of the Dean or the temporary Assembly of the Department, to be examined by a three-member committee of academic teachers of the school or Department teaching the same or related subject. The academic teacher responsible for the course is excluded from being part of the committee. A grade correction is allowed if there is an obvious error, upon submission of a written statement by the academic teacher and a decision of the temporary Assembly of the Department.