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Analysis in terms of performance of the TFG (2020)



The USQUID at EITIC has carried out a study on the performance of the last graduate class’ TFGs (2019-2020 year). Here you can find the most relevant data. First, we present the global results. Second, we analyze the results specific to each undergraduate degree.

Regarding global data:

  • The average score is 8.40/10 (– 0.17 points compared to 2018-2019).
  • The mode is 9/10, and the standard deviation is 1.32.

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

  • Bachelor’s degree in Computer Engineering (GEI):
    • This year’s minimum score is 5.5/10. The maximum score keeps the historical tendency, having a value of 10/10 again.
    • The mode value is 9/10.
    • The average score has slightly dropped to 8.31/10 (last year’s average score was 8.67), and the standard deviation has increased by 0.39 points to 1.26.
  • Bachelor’s degree in Telecommunications Network Engineering (GET/GEXT):
    • The scoring range is 5 to 10 (the minimum score has decreased by 1 point while the maximum score has increased by 0.5 points compared to 2018-2019 academic year).
      • The average score has risen significantly, reaching a score of 8.33/10 (it was 8/10 last academic year). It has also been observed that the standard deviation increase to 1.28 (+ 0.29 points compared to last year’s promotion).
  • Bachelor’s degree in Audiovisual Systems Engineering (GESA):
    • The average score has slightly decreased to 8.57/10 and the standard deviation has increased to 1.44 (last year’s value was 1.03).
    • The minimum score has decreased by 1.5 points, from 6.5 to 5/10.
    • The mode drops one point, from 10 to 9/10.



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