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Evaluation and Monitoring of the Oil and Gas Asset Essay

During the whole module, the professor did not put any grades and evaluations of student works/HAs on My.Nes. Thus, students did not know their current rating for the course during the module.

During the whole module, no formal rules applicable to all students were followed. Everything depended on the professor’s “relationship”/”attitude” to a particular student. The professor made decisions on his own, ignoring the rules defined in the Syllabus.

The professor conducted Midterm. Later, the professor announced the results of the midterm publicly (i.e., ‘pass/fail’), therefore, the confidentiality of the scores was breached.

The “Workshop” assignment constituted group collaboration, with each group including 5 students. The assignment required written replies to the questions provided. The professor stated that the final mark will be shared (the same) by the group members, However, the final marks differ within the group and depended on the personal attitude of the professor.

As well as the “Workshop” assignment, the “Case Studies” assignment implied teamwork in the aforementioned groups. Although the presentation was collective and implied “pass/fail” assessment, the final marks differ within the group and also depended on the personal attitude of the professor.

The Syllabus states explicitly that “Attendance is not mandatory and no-attendance will not lead to the automatic disqualification for the final exam”. However, several students were refused final exam attendance on the basis of no-attendance during the module. Some other students were granted attendance credit for the final exam, despite low attendance levels.

The professor announced the minimal number of correct answers required to get the “pass” for the midterm and final exam. However, certain students with lower number of correct answers both for the midterm and for the final exam still received a “pass”, which in certain cases resulted in a relatively high grade (4-).

For some of the students who failed to be present on the final day, the professor granted the permission to take the exam in his office the next day after the final exam. According to these students, the professor did not require any confirmation of the reasonable excuse for their absence on the test day. Yet another time, a lot depended on the personal attitude of the professor.

[*]Note: each of the aforementioned cases has its witnesses. To the Director of the MERE Program Vyacheslav Gorovoy

Statement of violations of the course “Global Petroleum and Gas Market Outlook” taught by Boris Aronstein. There were the following violations in this course: [*]  During the whole module, the professor did not put any grades and evaluations of student works/HAs on My.Nes. Thus, students did not know their current rating for the course during the module.

During the whole module, no formal rules applicable to all students were followed. Everything depended on the professor’s “relationship”/”attitude” to a particular student. The professor made decisions on his own, ignoring the rules defined in the Syllabus.

It’s clearly said about “Case Studies” in the Syllabus for this course. However, they did not exist. At the same time, there are grades on My.Nes.

Also there was not a “Midterm” exam during this course. However, again there are some grades on My.Nes.

The Syllabus states explicitly that “Attendance is not mandatory and no-attendance will not lead to the automatic disqualification for the final exam”. However, several students were refused final exam attendance on the basis of no-attendance during the module. Some other students were granted attendance credit for the final exam, despite low attendance levels.

During the whole module, the professor claimed that there would not be an exam for this course. However, a few days before the final exam the professor announced that the exam would be held.

[*]Note: each of the aforementioned cases has its witnesses.


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