In our courses you will find both multiple-choice questions and qualitative tests (or development assignments).
Depending on the learning objectives of each course, you will find multiple-choice questions (multiple choice), true or false questions, relate-or-associate concepts type of exercises, fill-in the blanks, case study or a final paper exercise.
To pass each assessment, you will need to achieve a score of over 70%. Our aim is that you learn as much as possible, internalize the course contents correctly and get the most out of the investment you have made by enrolling in a LISA Institute course.
If you need to know how to see the results of the evaluations within the Virtual Campus click here.
Types of evaluations
- Multiple-choice tests:
These assessments are automatically self-corrected. At the end, you will know your score and you will be able to see which answers you got right and which you got wrong.
If you do not pass the test, you may repeat them as many times as you need. Once you have passed the test with a score higher than 70%, you will not be allowed to repeat it.
- Qualitative tests, development assignments or practical missions:
Without practice there is no learning! That's why in any of our courses you will find practical and interactive evaluations with teachers.
Once you have completed them, the course teachers will personally correct each test. They will evaluate you and comment on each development exercises you have completed in less than a week.
This kind of exercises may be repeated a maximum of three times. If you want to have more attempts, you will have to re-enrol in the course. This is why it is important to make sure you understand the syllabus well, before sending your exercise to the teacher!
When you have passed all the evaluations, you will have completed the course and you will receive the Certificate-Diploma of your course.
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