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Analysis in terms of performance of the TFG (2019)

Analysis in terms of performance of the TFG (2019)

05.12.2019

 

The USQUID at EITIC has carried out a study on the performance of graduate class’ (year 2018-19) TFGs [undergraduate dissertations]. Here you can find the most relevant data. First, we present the global results. Second, we analyse the results specific to each undergraduate degree.

Regarding global data:

  • The average score was 8,57/10 (+0,77 points than in 2017-2018).
  • The mode was 8/10 and the deviation was 0,99 (0,30 points less than the one registered on 2017-2018).

Regarding data specific to each undergraduate degree, it can be observed:

  • Bachelor's degree in Computer Engineering:
    • This year’s minimum score has been increased 2 points, being the best score achieved in last years. The exactly score is 7/10.
    • The mode value was 8/10.
    • The average score is 8,67 (the previous course was 7.87) and the deviation has decreased by 0,66 points, being its value 0,87.
  • Bachelor's degree in Telecommunications Network Engineering:
    • The scoring range is 6—10 (the minimum score has been increased 1 point in comparison with 2017-2018 academic course).
    • The average score has decreased and now reached 8/10 (last academic course it was 8.22/10). It has also been observed a decrease in the deviation (-0,55 points).
  • Bachelor's degree in Audiovisual Systems Engineering:
    • The average score has increased to 8,77/10, being the highest score since the first edition of this study. It is worth noting that the deviation has dropped to 1.03 (last year’s value was 1.19). Therefore, the average score increased and the results are, in general, more homogenous.
    • The minimum score has increased by 0.8 points, from 5.7 to 6,5 (in 2017 its value was 5/10).
    • The mode becomes one point higher 9/10.

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