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Information about the exam

Registration to the exam starts one month before the exam via UNIGRAZonline.

  • Ancient Greek: 935.308 Ancient Greek Language Course for Beginners 2 (Supplementary Examination Ancient Greek)
  • Latin: 935.305 or 935.306 or 935.307 “Latin Language Course for Beginners 2“

Exam dates

  • Friday, October 21st, 2022, 02:30 to 06:30pm
  • Friday, March 17th, 2023, 04:30 to 08:30pm
  • Friday, May 5th, 2023, 04:30 to 08:30pm
  • Friday, June 2nd, 2023, 04:30 to 08:30pm
  • Friday, October 13rd, 2023, 04:30 to 08:30pm

Requirements to register for the exam date

  • Enrollment via UNIGRAZonline to the lectures “Ancient Greek Language Course for Beginners 1 (winter term) and 2 (summer term)”
  • Enrollment via UNIGRAZonline to the lectures “Latin Language Course for Beginners 1 (winter term) and 2 (summer term)”
     

Supplementary exam in Ancient Greek and Latin


Examination modalities

The supplementary examinations in Ancient Greek and Latin are conducted on campus. It is a written exam consisting of two parts and is taken during a single exam date.

Part 1

  • An unknown Ancient Greek/Latin text from the overall field of Ancient Greek/Latin literature of 130-150 words has to be translated. Furthermore, a question on grammar must be answered.
  • The use of dictionaries and grammars is allowed.

Part 2  (= Substitute for the oral exam)

  • One of two known passages from the reading list of approximately 70 words has to be translated and questions to form and grammar have to be answered.
  • The use of dictionaries and grammars is allowed.

The basis for the second written part is the reading list of the courses:

  • 935.308 “Ancient Greek Language Course for Beginners 2”

    or
     
  • 935.305 and 935.306 and 935.307 “Latin Language Course for Beginners 2”

    or
     
  • 232.003 „Latein Ergänzungsprüfung“ (REWI)


Length of the exam

240 minutes for both parts


Tools that should not be used for both parts

  • Electronic dictionaries and other electronic tools
  • Translations (analog and digital)
  • Any online resources 


Assessment

Both parts of the exam are each assessed separately. The overall grade is made up of the two partial grades, with both parts being equally weighted. In case of a result between two grades, the exam will be assessed with the better grade (e.g.: Very good and Good grades will result in an overall grade of Very good; Sufficient and Not sufficient grades will result in an overall grade of Sufficient).

Both parts are positive from a score 60% and above. In the case of an insufficient score of less than 40% on one of the two parts, the overall examination is negative and both parts of the exam must be repeated on another date.

If candidates achieve an overall negative result, they may sit for the next exam date. There is no cut-off period!

 

Subject to change without notice!

Contact

Viola Moisesbichler, BA

Phone:+43 (0)316 380 - 2493

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