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Master's Thesis Evaluation. In our faculty, your master’s thesis is evaluated on three aspects: ‘process’ (40%), ‘dissertation’ (30%) and ‘presentation and defence’ (30%). The evaluations of these aspects (taking into account their specific weight) will be converted into . Assessment Scale: The table below is not an grading matrix, but contains criteria that have to help the assessors situate the master’s thesis within the different aspects. The final obtained mark is a weighted average of these different aspects. Evaluation of a Written Thesis. Examiners are asked to evaluate the thesis according to the criteria in the respective thesis examiner report form for a Master's or Doctoral thesis. Examiners provide an overall judgment of 'passed' or ‘not passed’. For Master's students, this evaluation determines whether or not the thesis is ready for final.

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Assessment Scale: The table below is not an grading matrix, but contains criteria that have to help the assessors situate the master’s thesis within the different aspects. The final obtained mark is a weighted average of these different aspects. The thesis is evaluated both verbally and numerically. Approval requires that the work achieves a sufficient level for all evaluation criteria. The evaluation criteria provided in these scoring instructions are only provided as guidance and should be applied with individual con-sideration. Areas of evaluation and scoring Evaluation criteria. Evaluation of a Written Thesis. Examiners are asked to evaluate the thesis according to the criteria in the respective thesis examiner report form for a Master's or Doctoral thesis. Examiners provide an overall judgment of 'passed' or ‘not passed’. For Master's students, this evaluation determines whether or not the thesis is ready for final.

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Assessment Scale: The table below is not an grading matrix, but contains criteria that have to help the assessors situate the master’s thesis within the different aspects. The final obtained mark is a weighted average of these different aspects. -The overall grade is the final grading of the thesis based on many factors, which is not necessarily the sum of the above 10 categories. -The amanuensis will collect all completed evaluation forms annually, to be used in developing the department’s quality work. Evaluation (for criteria see back of this sheet) The Master’s thesis will be assessed by the main supervisor and separately by at least one other per-son. If the grades awarded by these two examiners differ by more than , the thesis must be evalu-ated by a third person. The final grade will be determined in a discussion with all examiners. Mark.

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The thesis is evaluated both verbally and numerically. Approval requires that the work achieves a sufficient level for all evaluation criteria. The evaluation criteria provided in these scoring instructions are only provided as guidance and should be applied with individual con-sideration. Areas of evaluation and scoring Evaluation criteria. Assessment Scale: The table below is not an grading matrix, but contains criteria that have to help the assessors situate the master’s thesis within the different aspects. The final obtained mark is a weighted average of these different aspects. Master's Thesis Evaluation. In our faculty, your master’s thesis is evaluated on three aspects: ‘process’ (40%), ‘dissertation’ (30%) and ‘presentation and defence’ (30%). The evaluations of these aspects (taking into account their specific weight) will be converted into .

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-The overall grade is the final grading of the thesis based on many factors, which is not necessarily the sum of the above 10 categories. -The amanuensis will collect all completed evaluation forms annually, to be used in developing the department’s quality work. Master's Thesis Evaluation. In our faculty, your master’s thesis is evaluated on three aspects: ‘process’ (40%), ‘dissertation’ (30%) and ‘presentation and defence’ (30%). The evaluations of these aspects (taking into account their specific weight) will be converted into . Master Thesis Evaluation Form. to be sent to the Student Administration. Office FAX: +41 44 14 52 Email: studies@blogger.com Student Name/Stud. No.