The subject is divided into TWO blocks: metal structures and reinforced concrete. Each of these blocks will be evaluated from 0 to 5, being necessary - to approve the subject - obtain a minimum of 2'5 (two points and five tenths) in each of said blocks. The total note will be obtained by adding the notes of each of the blocks.
The evaluation criteria will be the following: EXAMINATION OF THEORY AND PROBLEMS: -Results of the same; -Adaptation of the method used in the resolution to the correct method or more convenient resolution; -Expositive clarity. PRACTICES: -It will be assessed in the examination of the subject through problems or practical issues.
EXAM RULES. - The exam will be written and may contain issues and problems of each of the blocks. - No written exam in pencil will be corrected. The use of the non-programmable calculator is allowed. - The examination must be provided with D.N.I. or similar document.
OTHER RULES: - If partial exams are carried out, in each of them a minimum score of 5 out of 10 must be obtained in order to obtain the average between the two. - The grades of each block are kept within the same academic year -until December of the following year-.
REVIEW OF THE EXAMINATION The content written without a pencil will be subject to revision in the exam delivered. Given that equality must be guaranteed among all students, it is not contemplated to do work to upload a grade, nor the analysis of the student's life or personal circumstances. NOTES IN MINUTES: The minutes will include the sum of the qualifications of each of the two parties-provided that each of them is equal to or greater than 2.5. If the sum of the parts adds 5 pts. or more, but one of the parties is not approved (2.5 points over 5 points), then the record will show a score of 4.9 points.
The use of the non-programmable calculator is allowed. - The examination must be provided with D.N.I. or similar document.