The main evaluative strategy are: (1) multiple choice test: Final exam theory test consists of 50-70 questions with 4-5 possible answers, of which only 1 is true. Index correction is applied to avoid the random approved. 0.25 questions well answered are substracted by each wrong answered. The exam will take up to 2 hours. (2) Proof of short essay questions: the student will answer short questions of theoretical and practical development to be carried out within a maximum period of 2 hours. (3) Observation techniques: class attendance and student participation in tutorials, classroom games and classes of problems and exercises will be taken into account by the teacher. Attendance at practices is particularly valued and can make it impossible to pass the course. An index of correction is applied if unexcused. (4) Reports of practice: practical reports are collected by the Tareas system implemented in the UMH web page. These reports also serve for the teacher to have a better assessment of the student. All tests of theory and practice are scored 10 points. The student's final grade will be composed by 70% of theory and 30% for the practical part. The theory grade will be composed of multiple choice test that will count 30%, and the test of short questions and problems that will 40% of the final grade. The practice note is composed of 10% corresponding to practical computer simulation, 10% the grade obtained in the labs, 10% for additional activities evaluation. For the student to get approved, you must have both approved parts (theory and practical) by 50%, or compensated at rates 60-40% or 40-60% respectively.
The final exam will have a maximum duration of 3 hours, and will consist of:
-A multiple answer test of 60 questions, with 4-5 possible answers of which only one is correct.
-Four short development questions.
-Two practical problems
The multiple response test will have a total value of 3 points out of the 7 total of the final exam.
Short development questions will have a total value of 2 points from the 7 total of the final exam
The practical problems will have a total value of two points out of the 7 total of the final exam.
The remaining 3 points of the final grade will be obtained by the student's participation in wet laboratory practices (1 point), the computer practice test (1 point), the written amino acid test (0.5 points), participation in other activities (summaries of themes in tweets, classroom games, cinema and Biochemistry etc) up to a maximum of 0.5 points.