In the ordinary call (February) you can choose between two evaluation modalities (MODALITY A AND B). MODALITY A: The evaluation of the theoretical contents will be carried out through an objective test, with three response alternatives, and another development-type test. The evaluation of the practical contents will be through activities to be developed that will be carried out in a practical notebook. To attend the practical sessions it will be necessary to attend the theory sessions. MODALITY B: The evaluation of the theoretical contents will be the same as in the MODALITY A. The practical credits will be evaluated along with the theoretical exam, through questions to be developed, about the contents and materials worked during the practical sessions, both in the call ordinary as in the extraordinary.
The objective test will include a minimum of two questions per subject (a total of 30 questions approximately) and will last about 30 minutes. This grade will represent 30% (3 points out of 10) of the final grade. The development type test will include three questions to be developed (one for each didactic unit), and will last 40 minutes. This grade will be 20% (2 points out of 10) of the final grade. For the evaluation of the practical contents, the students will form permanent work groups to elaborate the 18 practical activities. A group leader will be assigned to each practical activity. During the sessions work and assistance will be supervised. Three practical sessions will be given in the Palau, the rest will be done in the theory class. The activity files will be compiled in a practical notebook, in Word format, which will be delivered by email to the teacher at the end of the course. The note of the practices will be 50% (5 points out of 10) of the final grade. In the extraordinary calls, the theoretical exam will be type development, which will evaluate theoretical and practical contents. There will be, at least, one question to be developed per subject and one practical activity to be developed for each teaching unit. The duration of the theoretical and practical part will be about 60 minutes each. The mark of the theoretical exam will suppose 50% (5 points out of 10) of the final grade. And the practical note will mean the other 50% (5 points out of 10) of the final grade.
In the ordinary call, the correction formula for the objective test is: N = [A- (E / n-1)] / N x 10; where A are the correct answers, E the errors, n the number of answer alternatives and N total number of questions. A correct answer will be subtracted for every two incorrect answers. The development type test will include a question for each didactic unit, whose score will oscillate between 0 and 3 points. On the other hand, the activities of the internship notebook will be assigned a score ranging from 0 to 1. The theoretical exam type development will have a total of 10 questions, whose correction procedure will consist of assigning each question a score between 0 and 1. The practical exam will have a total of 5 questions to be developed, on the practical activities carried out in the subject. The score will range between 0 and 2 points. A 0.1 will be discounted for each misspelling. The qualifications of the theoretical and practical part will score over 10 and then the coefficient will be applied according to their weight. Formula Final Note = note theory objective test x 0.3 + note theory test development x 0.2 + practical note x 0.5.
Students are reminded that in order to take the exam, they must go with an identification document (university card, ID card, passport). All students who need to certify their attendance to the exam, must previously collect the corresponding form in the CEGECA of Elche, and present it to the responsible teacher at the end of the test.