Instruction on the methodology of student evaluation in CMSEPO (Credit-module system of educational process organization) conditions
(Considered and approved at the joint meeting of the Academic Councils of medical and international faculties on April 28, 2013, protocol No. 8)
The mark for a module is defined as the sum of marks of the current educational activity (in points) and the mark of the final module control (in points), which is received during the evaluation of theoretical knowledge and practical skills in accordance with the lists determined by the program of discipline.
The maximum number of points that a student can score when studying each module is 200, including points for the current educational activity - 120 points. The final module control is carried out upon completion of the study of all the topics of the module at the last control lesson of the module. Forms of final control should be standardized and include the control of theoretical and practical training. The maximum number of points that a student can score in completing the final module control is 80. Final module control is considered to be passed if the student scored at least 50 points.
To assess the current learning activity, a single scale is established that defines the fixed values for the maximum possible and the minimum required number of points (110 points, if the current ratings are "excellent" and 60 points, if the current ones are "satisfactory."
To the 110 maximum points points for an individual work can be added - no more than 10).
The points for current achievement are tied to the average arithmetic score by the traditional five-point system regardless of the number of lessons in the module and the number of individual student surveys.
Individual work of students is evaluated for each type of work, taking into account the quality of its performance. The maximum number of points that can be added to the number of points of current progress can not exceed 10 points. The specific number of points for individual work is determined by the corresponding subject methodical commission and depends on the level at which it is performed (among the university department, the university, interuniversity or republican levels, etc.).
An assessment for the discipline is only received by students who have passed all the modules in the discipline. The number of points a student scored on a discipline consists of an arithmetic mean of points from all discipline modules (the sum of points for all modules is divided by the number of modules of the discipline).