The evaluation system will be: Single Evaluation.
- For the students who attend laboratory practices and delivery of the internship report, the exam will be written in two parts: a) problems (60%) and b) theory (10%) and practices (10%), with rest from 5 minutes between them.
Practice report (10%).
- For students who do not attend laboratory practices, the exam will be written and will be done in two parts: a) problems (60%) and b) theory (10%) and theoretical exam of practices (20%), with rest of 5 minutes between them.
In addition, a group work (maximum 3 students) must be submitted and presented during the academic year, which is compulsory for all students. The characteristics, theme, content of this work will be inserted into a message and explained in class. With a maximum score of 10%.
The subject matter will consist of the syllabus included in the program and explained during the academic year.
The examination of problems will consist in the resolution of three or four problems, according to difficulty; with an approximate duration of 120 minutes.
The theory exam will consist of several short questions or test type (maximum 10); with an approximate duration of 10 minutes.
The practical exam will consist of several short questions (maximum 5); with an approximate duration of 10 minutes.
The students who had not attended the practices should indicate this to the teacher before beginning the exam, which will make an examination of long questions (3 or 4), where all the theoretical content that appears in the practices will enter; with an approximate duration of 60 minutes.
In all the parts that make up the single evaluation, the questions answered poorly do not remain.
For the students that attend laboratory practices and delivery of the internship report:
The grade of the subject will be the sum of the note of the exams of problems, theory and practices. In addition, the marks obtained in the group work (10%) and that of the internship report (10%) will be added.
The grade obtained in the evaluation of the internship report will be added to the previous note (exams of problems, theory, practices and note of group work); as long as it is greater than 4.
To have the right to take the internship exam it is essential to have attended the internship (minimum 80% attendance).
For students who do not attend laboratory practices:
The grade for the course will be the sum of the exams for problems (60%), theory (10%) and practical exams (20%). In addition, the marks obtained in the group work (10%) will be added.
It is recommended to bring calculator, square, bevel, scale, pencil, ballpoint pen and eraser. IF YOU HAVE A MILLIMETRATED PAPER, IT WILL BE SUPPLIED WITH THE EXAMINATION STATEMENT. Any other type of material (notes, mobiles, books, bags or backpacks, etc.) should be left on the stage when entering the classroom.