A theoretical and practical examination assessed on 10 will be done, the mark will count a 80% of the final mark. The labs, classroom practices and seminars will account for 20% of the final mark. The exam will be available for those notes / as students who did not participate in the tasks of course proposals, together with an examination of practices and activities (20% of the final grade).
The rating system is as follows:
- One tests or partial exam will be conducted in the middle of the semester, including the subjects of theory and practice that had been taught till that date. It will consist of multiple choice, short and large questions. The average rating for this control should be equal to or greater than 5.5 to elimiate material and not have to take the final exam of this part. The student who passes this exam will be excused of this part of the subject in the final exam. Students who do not pass such an assessment will have to take the final exam in the official call. This test will be written with questions about the theoretical teachings and practices of the portion not eliminated for the course and will consist of multiple choice, short and large questions and will be assessed on 10 .The score (mean of controls or final exam) will account for 80% of the final grade. –
20% of grade (2 points out of 10), shall be allocated as follows:
* Lab (1.2 point): attendance, attitude and ability to work individually and in groups (0.7 point) will be assessed. Attendance is mandatory, so that students with more than two absences should make the practice exam at end of course. The presentation of activities in practical classes will have a maximum value of 0.5 points.
* Classroom Practices and seminars (0.8 point): attendance will be assessed, attitude, ability to work individually and in group activities in classroom practices (0.4 points). Seminars, exposure and assistance to them (0.4 points) will be assessed.
The students who did not participate in the tasks of course proposals, will do a final exam about theoretical subjects (80% of the mark) together with an examination of practices and activities (20% of the final grade).
The marks from the activities carried out (20%) will be kept for the two following academic courses.