Each call will have a different evaluation system:
 For the JUNIOR ORDINARY CALL, and having made the practices corresponding to the continuous assessment, the evaluation of the subject consists of two parts: theory (50%) and practice (50%). The theory is evaluated with a written exam, while the practical part by correcting the practices delivered during the course (continuous assessment). Although attendance at the practical sessions is not mandatory (the practices can be done at home), it will be controlled and taken into account when it comes to possible adjustments to the increase of the final grade.
 For the EXTRAORDINARY CALL of SEPTEMBER and DECEMBER (and students who accept their right to Final Evaluation), 100% of the final grade will consist only of the grade obtained in a written exam, punctuated from 0 to 10 , and with the same structure as in the ordinary call. The note of practices obtained during the course will not be taken into account.
The EXAMINATION and PRACTICE correction criteria are detailed below.
In all the examinations a written EXAM is carried out that is punctuated between 0 and 10. It consists of 4 parts, corresponding to the 4 didactic units that compose the agenda, with a weight approximately proportional to the number of hours required for its explanation. In each part there may be questions of multiple choice or multiple choice, short answer theoretical questions, and problems of style to those made in theoretical class and / or practices. No minimum grade is required in the different parts to pass the exam.
As for the PRACTICES, they are only taken into account for the JUNIOR ordinary session, except if the student accepts his right to Final Evaluation only. Approximately 11 practices will be carried out, normally one per session, and the internship note will be the weighted average of all practices delivered within the established deadlines, with a weight between 5% and 20% each, according to difficulty. However, the number of practices and weights may vary slightly, which will be indicated throughout the course well in advance. No minimum grade is required in each individual practice to be taken into account in the calculation. Each evaluable practice consists of a variable number of digital circuits, which, in turn, have a weight according to their number and difficulty, being scored from 0 to 10. Only the practices corresponding to the didactic units UD1, UD2, and UD3 are considered evaluable; the practices of the UD4 (VHDL) will be evaluated only with exercises in the final exam. The practices are carried out and delivered individually.
For the ORDINARY call, it is necessary to approve both the practices and the exam separately to be able to make the global average, considering each part suitable to make the final average if a minimum grade of 4.5 is exceeded. Attendance at practical sessions and student attitude during the course will be valued and could influence to slightly modify the final grade.
The assignment of top marks (degrees with honors), if applicable, will be done ordered by the final grade obtained, and in accordance with the regulations for student evaluation of the university. In addition, it will be necessary to have had a good attitude and respect for both the teacher and the rest of the students, at the discretion of the teaching staff.
Any type of plagiarism detected, either in the practices carried out as in the written exam, will be penalized with a zero in the final grade. For example, present another student's practices or copied from a book or downloaded from the Internet as their own, or copy during the exam. Sharing the internship work with other students will be detected as plagiarism.
- Identification (passport, university card, ...).
- Blue or black pen.
- The use of mobile phones is not allowed.
- It could be useful to use a calculator (not programmable).