There will be a theoretical and practical exam evaluated over 10, whose grade will represent 80% of the subject's grade. Laboratory practices, classroom, etc., will account for 20% of the subject's grade.
The evaluation system will be as follows: - There will be the option of performing two controls or partial exams. In each of them the subject taught so far in theory and practices will enter. The average mark of these controls must be equal to or greater than 5 to eliminate subject matter and not have to take the final exam (it will be a requirement to eliminate the subject by partial exams that in neither of the two partial exams, the student has obtained a grade below 4 ). The student who passes the subject by partials will be exempt from taking the final exam. The final exam will go with all the subject. Students who do not pass this type of assessment will have to take the final exam in the official call. This exam will be written with questions about the theoretical and practical teaching of the whole subject and will consist of 10 questions (test, short answer and development) and will be rated over 10 (it will be required to obtain a minimum grade of 4.5 out of 10 to compute the grades obtained during the course). The grade obtained (average of the controls or final exam) will represent 80% of the final grade. - 20% of the grade (2 points out of 10), will be distributed as follows: * Laboratory practices (10% of the final grade, that is, 1 point): Attendance, attitude and ability to individual and group work (0.4 points). The presentation of activities in the practical classes will have a maximum value of 0.6 points. * Classroom practices and seminars (10% of the final grade, that is, 1 point): Attendance, attitude, individual and group work capacity and activities carried out in classroom practices (6% of the final grade, that is, 0.6 points). Seminars, exposure and attendance will be assessed (4% of the final grade, that is, 0.4 points). It will be an indispensable requirement for students who have not participated satisfactorily in the activities of the course (laboratory practices, classroom and seminars), passing a written test of between 3 and 5 questions about these activities. To pass the subject, the grade of said test must be equal to or greater than 5 out of 10. The grade for this exam will be 20% of the grade for the subject.
The evaluation tests will be written and will consist of between 5 and 15 test questions, short answer and development questions.
All tests are scored over 10. Students who obtain a grade equal to or greater than 5 will pass the test.
It is strictly prohibited to enter the classroom of any written test with mobile or other electronic devices.