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Session 13 GRADING SESSION

Rating system for assessing the knowledge (performance) of students in the history of medicine



The history of medicine under the program at all faculties of the university is studied in the fall semester and ends with the students passing the test in the subject.

The rating system for accounting students' knowledge in this subject includes: current control, milestone in practical classes and lecture material, and final (test).

1. The current rating is evaluated in the process of studying the discipline. At each practical lesson in accordance with the stipulated program, together with the students, the topics of the classes are discussed, abstracts prepared by the students on the topic are heard. For each topic of the lesson, the program provides for written control, which includes questions from homework and questions of lecture material (3 questions from homework and 2 from lecture. Entrance control is evaluated from 0 to 5 points, i.e. 1 point for one correct answer ) At the end of the lesson, each student’s participation in the analysis of the topic and participation in reports on the topic are taken into account (the maximum score is 3 points per report). Penalty points are provided. So, for example, 3 points are removed for each unreasonably missed practical lesson, 1 point for being late for the lesson. The share of this rating is 0.2. (Calculation of the current rating. For example: you can get as much as 80 points for the whole semester for the subject. This will be 100%. And a student scored 65 points per semester - this is X points. We compose the usual proportion and as a result we get 81.25, which we multiply by the fraction 0.2 and get 16.25. So, the current rating for the semester will be 16.25 points).

2. Boundary rating. The share of this rating is 0.5 points.
All topics of the practical classes are divided into two main modules. The first module is called “The development of medicine in Russia in the era of feudalism” and includes 2 topics: “The development of medicine in Kievan Rus and the Moscow state” and “The development of medicine in Russia in the 18th century” and questions on the lecture: “The history of medicine as a science and subject of teaching. Healing in a primitive society. ” The share of this block is 0.1. The second module includes the development of medicine in Russia in the 19th century. These are 8 lessons. The share of this block is 0.3. The third module includes lecture material questions. The share of this block is 0.4.

3. The final (credit) rating. According to the results of the current and milestone rating. The credit rating takes into account lecture attendance. For this, penalty points are provided (for each unreasonably missed lecture 3 points are removed).

In addition, the subject provides for the implementation of term paper on any topic chosen by students from the topics proposed by him on the history of medicine (in the group of no more than 3 term papers). Coursework is performed a month before the start of the set-off. A student performing coursework on all the requirements for its implementation can additionally receive 15 points.

To increase his rating, the student is given the opportunity to pay off their missed classes and lectures on the subject. To do this, within two weeks, after a missed lesson or lecture, the student is required to work out their passes.



• The department reserves the right to change and supplement the questions of test control in the subject during the academic year.
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