There are 2 evaluation systems: a) Continuous evaluation or b) Non-continuous evaluation.
a) Continuous evaluation:
The students that chooses this modality will perform, during the course, the compulsory delivery practices (50%), and a final exam (50%), versed in theoretical-practical contents taught.
Theoretical part: 10 points (out of 10)
Practical part: 3.33 points x 3 practical exercises (out of 10)
Final average grade: theoretical part 50% + practical part 50%
The final mark/grade of the evaluation will only be computed if the student has presented all the practices.
Throughout the course, a minimum of 2 exercises must be delivered on the date of delivery indicated by the teacher. Therefore, all exercises can not be delivered at the end of the course.
In order to evaluate the correct development of these practices, students will be followed up during the course. For this reason, their attendance and work in class will be computed during the practical sessions with the value of 1 point, on the note of the practical exercise carried out: 1 point follow-up / work in class + 9 points practical exercise (out of 10).
The continuous evaluation requires attendance at 80% of the classes, and the presentation in form and date of each of the exercises. The specific guidelines of each practice will be announced in advance before each delivery. Likewise, part of the material related to the subject will be posted in the Materials folder as the teaching units are closed. It is advisable, for all this, to attend the announcements of the subject.
b) Non-continuous evaluation:
The student who chooses this modality, will be presented to a theoretical-practical test, type test and with two development questions, versed in the contents taught during the course.
The practical notes for the December special call/exam are not kept. In such a call, the subject is evaluated following the Non-continuous evaluation model.