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Evaluation scale 2018/19

Evaluation scale is according to The Study and Examination Code for Students of CTU in Prague, but a modified score is used. Points from the written exam (20 to 60 points) are added to the points from the exercises (30 to 89).

The following table applies only if the written exam was at 20 points or more.

Grade Points Evaluation in words
A 120 and more excellent
B 110 - 119 very good
C 100 - 109 good
D 90 - 99 satisfactory
E 75 - 89 sufficient
F less than 50 failed


  • It is necessary to gain 20 or more points from the written exam test, i.e. at least 1/3. Otherwise, the test must be repeated irrespective of the number of points in the exercise.
  • This year, excellent students are offered the opportunity to gain an A exam without a written assignment, but only if they receive 90 or more points in their exercises, which means a great deal of work.
  • If someone gets only 89 or fewer points from the exercises, then he has to go to the test.

Evaluation of seminaries/labs and assessment

Students will be evaluated for theirs homework, entrance and midterm tests and a team project. A gain of minimal number of points specified for each category is obligatory to award the assessment. Failure to comply with some part of the evaluation (i.e. not presenting a team project) would result in denial of the assessment.

Category Points Obligatory
4 home works 42 16
Activity 8 0
Team project 50 10
Total 100 30


  • The minimum means that the category is recognized if you have at least a minimum.
  • The sum of both minima is only 26, but the credit requires you to achieve at least something above minimum, that is, at least a bit.


The test consists of two parts:

The part Points Obligatory
Exam (written) test 60 20
Oral examination +/- 10

Exam test

The written part is organized in the form of a test. Students must obtain at least the required minimum points and can then decide whether he / she wants the grade that he / she is entitled to based on the points obtained so far (points from the exercises + points from the written part of the exam) or whether he / she will go to the oral examination. The examiner, if the student agrees with the “assigned” mark, can briefly verify that the student understands his / her results in the test. In case of major doubts, the grading scale may be the full scale.

Oral part of the exam

If a student decides to go to an oral exam, he / she is automatically subtracted by 10 points (and “fights” by 20 points). He can earn up to 20 points for an oral exam. The examiner reserves the right to assess the test inadequately and, in the case of finding out the underestimated qualities of the student, to improve the student's assigned grade.

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