SYSTEM AND CRITERIA OF EVALUATION OF THE SUBJECT:
1) WRITTEN FINAL EXAM (75% OF THE FINAL GRADING) with questions about the theoretical and practical teachings of ALL THE COURSE that will be assessed on 10 and will include test questions, short answer questions and questions to be developed. The NOTE OF THIS EXAM must be MINIMUM OF 5 in order to calculate the final grade along with the rest of the activities proposed in the subject.
CONTINUOUS EVALUATION: a PARTIAL EXAM can be carried out in which the subject taught so far in theory and practices will be evaluated. To eliminate the subject of this exam, the NOTE MUST BE EQUAL OR GREATER than 6. The student who passes this partial will be exempt from doing that part of the subject in the final exam. The average grade of this partial and that of the final exam (with the corresponding topics) will represent 75% of the final grade of the subject. It is necessary to pass both exams in order to make the average and calculate 75%. The duration of the exams will be approximately 2 h.
2) - Evaluation of practical work (15% of the final grade of the subject): it will be evaluated as follows:- Assistance to laboratory practices, attitude and ability to work individually and in groups: 1 point.- Presentation of the practical notebook in which the results obtained will be included and the resolution of the questions raised for the interpretation of the same: 0.5 points.- Examination of laboratory practices: those students who have not attended the practices or have not done them satisfactorily, will have to do an internship exam on the same dates as the final exam. They must pass this exam to pass the course. Students with more than one absence must complete the placement exam at the end of the course. The grade will only mean 5% of the final grade for the subject (0.5 points out of 10).
3) - Evaluation of seminars, classroom practices and tutorials (10% of the final grade of the subject). It will be evaluated, through observation techniques, reports and memories, the ability to solve problems, analysis and synthesis, as well as individual and group work. This score will be obtained by holding seminars by students in small groups (the quality of the seminar, presentation, exhibition and attendance will be evaluated) and student participation (assistance, resolution of issues, etc.). .) in classroom practices and tutorials.
The notes of the activities carried out (25%) will be saved during the following two academic years.
THOSE STUDENTS WHO HAVE NOT PARTICIPATED IN THE PROPOSED ACTIVITIES AND TASKS in the course will take a final written exam in which the acquisition of all the competences of the subject will be evaluated. This exam will consist of two parts: 1st part of theory (75% of the grade) and 2nd part on all the activities carried out during the course: laboratory practices, classroom, etc. (25% of the rating).
There are no additional requirements.