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Grade Statistics L-39

Bachelor in Social Work (L-39)

Grade distribution guidance (exams and final exams)

The statistic distribution of grades refers to the data of programmes belonging to the same Italian class (Bachelor class or Master class). The number of years considered corresponds to the normal duration of the programme (Bachelor courses: 3 years, Master courses: 2 years, one-cycle Master courses: 5 years). The distribution is calculated yearly in January.

Exams

18
0.96%
18
0.39%
18
0.90%
18
0.90%
18
0.32%
18
0.51%
18
0.77%
18
0.84%
18
0.71%
19
0.51%
19
0.77%
19
0.26%
19
0.71%
19
0.26%
19
0.39%
19
0.39%
19
0.26%
19
0.51%
20
1.48%
20
1.22%
20
1.03%
20
0.51%
20
1.22%
20
1.22%
20
0.90%
20
1.09%
20
1.16%
21
0.90%
21
0.77%
21
0.77%
21
1.35%
21
0.96%
21
0.45%
21
0.58%
21
0.32%
21
0.45%
22
2.38%
22
1.54%
22
1.35%
22
2.32%
22
1.29%
22
1.61%
22
0.58%
22
1.48%
22
1.74%
23
1.93%
23
2.77%
23
2.57%
23
1.67%
23
2.32%
23
1.74%
23
2.25%
23
0.45%
23
2.64%
24
3.79%
24
5.79%
24
3.09%
24
4.63%
24
5.27%
24
1.22%
24
3.02%
24
4.18%
24
4.24%
25
5.66%
25
6.82%
25
6.56%
25
4.57%
25
3.28%
25
5.79%
25
5.40%
25
5.14%
25
0.90%
26
9.71%
26
5.34%
26
9.45%
26
10.10%
26
9.13%
26
10.61%
26
9.65%
26
10.23%
26
1.99%
27
13.76%
27
12.54%
27
6.11%
27
12.41%
27
12.28%
27
11.96%
27
11.90%
27
2.51%
27
14.08%
28
18.46%
28
2.44%
28
16.14%
28
16.66%
28
12.73%
28
15.37%
28
16.08%
28
7.14%
28
15.43%
29
9.39%
29
11.64%
29
1.35%
29
11.13%
29
14.92%
29
11.90%
29
16.91%
29
6.95%
29
9.58%
30
7.07%
30
15.11%
30
18.33%
30
15.63%
30
18.91%
30
15.56%
30
18.14%
30
17.62%
30
2.38%
30 cl
5.34%
30 cl
3.47%
30 cl
0.32%
30 cl
4.95%
30 cl
4.63%
30 cl
3.67%
30 cl
1.80%
30 cl
4.12%
30 cl
2.96%

Individual subjects are graded on a scale from 18 to 30. The maximum grade is 30 “cum laude” (= cl).

Final Exams

93
2.13%
93
2.13%
93
2.13%
94
2.13%
94
2.13%
94
2.13%
95
2.13%
95
2.13%
95
2.13%
96
2.13%
96
2.13%
96
2.13%
97
4.26%
97
2.13%
98
2.13%
98
2.13%
98
2.13%
100
2.13%
100
6.38%
100
6.38%
100
8.51%
100
2.13%
100
6.38%
100
10.64%
101
2.13%
101
4.26%
101
2.13%
101
2.13%
101
2.13%
101
4.26%
102
6.38%
102
2.13%
102
4.26%
102
4.26%
102
4.26%
102
2.13%
102
4.26%
103
4.26%
103
2.13%
103
2.13%
103
2.13%
103
4.26%
103
4.26%
103
2.13%
104
2.13%
104
6.38%
104
4.26%
104
4.26%
104
4.26%
104
6.38%
105
4.26%
105
6.38%
105
4.26%
105
4.26%
105
4.26%
106
8.51%
106
4.26%
106
6.38%
106
6.38%
106
4.26%
106
8.51%
106
8.51%
107
10.64%
107
8.51%
107
2.13%
107
6.38%
107
6.38%
107
2.13%
107
8.51%
108
14.89%
108
10.64%
108
4.26%
108
17.02%
108
17.02%
108
12.77%
108
10.64%
109
10.64%
109
10.64%
109
4.26%
109
2.13%
109
2.13%
109
8.51%
110
6.38%
110
10.64%
110
21.28%
110
6.38%
110
12.77%
110
23.40%
110
27.66%
110 cl
17.02%
110 cl
17.02%
110 cl
8.51%
110 cl
6.38%
110 cl
2.13%
110 cl
2.13%
110 cl
14.89%

The final grade is based on a scale from 66 to 110. The maximum grade is 110 “cum laude” (= cl).

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