1)Instructor’s course (A. Schoysman): two intermediate tests (written, not compulsory) + final exam (only oral examination, with individual written exercises). The students will be admitted to the instructor’s final exam only after having passed the “monolingua” examination. The exercises (18 hours), being optional, do not give rise to a final evaluation.
2)"Monolingua" (Dr. Galesne and Matrat): written and oral exams.
The examinations of the mother-tongue lessons, also called “monolingua” or lettorato (grammar, phonetics, spelling, comprehension, oral and written expression) are of two types:
a. continuous monitoring. Three tests during the course, only for students that attend
the course regularly and that do all the homework required by the instructor. If the results on tests and homework are sufficient, the students will be admitted to the instructor’s exam without having to take the final “monolingua” test.
b."monolingua" final test: for students that haven't attended the course or that have had insufficient results on the intermediate tests.