The evaluation is determined by one or more written tests, aimed at verifying the acquisition of knowledge and skills as reported by the European descriptor system (Dublin Descriptors) for three-year college degrees. In particular, with regard to the Knowledge and Understanding, to become familiar with some basic techniques for collecting and analyzing data; with regard to the Applied Knowledge and Understanding, to develop and support reasoning on statistical and mathematical issues relevant to the scope of study; with regard to Judgment Making, to know how to gather and interpret relevant data; with regard to Communication Skills, to know how to communicate the ideas behind the solution/s to a sampling and data analysis problem; with regard to Learning Skills, to have developed the mathematical skills needed to undertake with a high degree of autonomy further studies.The exam can be passed with two partial written tests, with an average rating of at least 18/30 and with scores never less than 15/30. At the end of the course a full test can be taken. During the first exam session a negative partial test or the full test can be taken. At the student’s request, evaluation may be supplemented by an oral test.