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Pietro Manzini

Full Professor

Department of Legal Studies

Academic discipline: IUS/14 European Union Law

Coordinator of PhD Programme in European Law


Exam correction method

For each of the following eight questions only one answer is correct. A different answer is incorrect but plausible. Two other answers are wrong. For each correct answer you will get 4 points. For an incorrect but plausible answer you will get 2 points. One point shall be awarded in the event of a wrong answer.

Professor Manzini will not consider any dispute concerning the definitions of ‘correct’, ‘incorrect but plausible’ and ‘wrong’ answer.

Examples of the correction method

In case of all 8 correct answers (4 x 8 = 32), you will get 30 cum laude

In case of 7/8 correct answers you will get 30 if the remaining answer is ‘incorrect but plausible’ (28+2) or 29, if it is wrong (28+1).

In case of 6/8 correct answers you will get 28 if the 2 remaining answers are ‘incorrect but plausible’ (24+2+2) or you will get 27 if one of the remaining answer is ‘incorrect but plausible’ and one is wrong (24+2+1) or you will get 26 if both remaining answers are wrong (24+1+1)


Published on: April 15 2020