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This is a short summary of how the grading scheme is interpreted
for the purpose of this module.
- The student has a good overview of the covered material,
and shows great independence and creativity in applying it
in new and relevant contexts, and relates it to personal
- The student has descriptive understanding of almost all of
the syllabus and applies it competently to routine problems.
Some creativity and independence is demonstrated applying
the knowledge in new contexts, but this ability is not
as consistently evident as is expected from an A student.
- The student has knowledge (descriptive understanding) of most
of the syllabus, and is (mostly) able to apply it competently
to routine problems.
The student either (1) has demonstrated descriptive understanding
covering most of the syllabus, but shows very limited ability
to apply the knowledge, even to routine problems; or (2)
is ignorant of a significant part of the syllabus, but can
soundly apply the knowledge he does have on some routine problems.
- The student has descriptive knowledge of some part of the
syllabus, but shows little ability in applying the knowledge
to real problems.
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