1The evaluation of all components of the first and second year, on the scores obtained for each subject or element of the initial education program and as a whole, as well as the evaluation of the final exam, organized after the second year, shall be made by the relevant commissions and the Pedagogical Council, according to a 5 scale ranking:
2The final exam is made in writing and organised in four practical case studies of the following areas:
aFirst part: private law (civil, family, labour, trade) and the civil procedural law;
bSecond part: criminal law and criminal procedure;
cThird part: administrative law and the administrative procedural law;
çFourth part: public law (constitutional, human rights, international, EU legislation, etc.).
3The final exam is evaluated by a commission consisting of six members, of whom four members are from among the full-time and part-time pedagogues of the School of Magistrates and one member is from the High Judicial Council and one member from the High Prosecutorial Council.
4More detailed rules relating to the final exam shall be defined in the Internal Rules of the School.
5It is not allowed to repeat the exams of the first and second year and the final exam in order to improve the scores.
6The attendance in any exam on the date as set out by the School of Magistrates for the candidates of the academic year is mandatory, unless legitimate and objective reasons are presented. In the latter cases, to the effect of maintaining the secrecy of record, the exam shall be taken with the candidates of the upcoming year.
7The evaluation "unsatisfactory" received consecutively two times at least in two subjects or in the final exam, entails, as appropriate, the forfeiture of the right to attend the training at the School of Magistrates. More detailed rules to repeat the exam in this case, shall be defined in the Internal Rules and Regulations of the School.
8The rules, the ranking scheme and more detailed procedures for the evaluation of the first and second year components of the initial training as well as the final exam shall be defined in the Internal Rules of the School of Magistrates.