The FINAL EVALUATION of the subject consists of three sections:
1. An examination of numerical PROBLEMS (P), related to a water or waste treatment system. It will include material and energy balances. All the calculations made will have to be submitted for evaluation and the results will be sent to a response template.
2. A THEORETICAL (T) type test. In the test type test, you have to choose the correct option from four possible options. Each question answered wrongly subtracts 1/3 of a correct one. Unanswered questions do not compute. Only the answers that appear in the test template will be taken into account.
3. PRACTICAL ACTIVITIES:
3.1. LABORATORY PRACTICES (L): At the end of the internship, students will be asked to submit a laboratory notebook with the calculations made during the experiments and the explanation of the questions that have been raised. The grade obtained in the laboratory notebook must be equal to or greater than 5 points out of 10. In case of not approving the laboratory notebook or not performing the experiments, students will have the right to perform an examination of theoretical issues, methodological explanations and / or calculations. The mark obtained in this exam must be equal to or greater than 5 points out of 10.
3.2. COMPUTER PRACTICES (I): The presentation of a report of the practices carried out in the computer classroom will be requested. The grade obtained in the report must be equal to or greater than 5 points out of 10.
3.3. FIELD DEPARTURE (C): A questionnaire of the visit to an ETAP will be carried out.
3.4. ASSISTANCE TO PRACTICES (LABORATORY, COMPUTER AND FIELD) (AP): The attitude and interest shown will be valued.
3.5. RESOLUTION OF QUESTIONS OF SCIENTIFIC INTEREST (Q): Throughout the course, scientific questions of interest will be raised, which students must resolve by searching and analyzing relevant scientific information. The questions will be solved individually, and a brief explanation and the bibliography used must be presented in writing.
Final note: 0.5 · P + 0.35 · T + 0.05 · L + 0.03 · I + 0.02 · C + 0.03 · AP + 0.02 · Q
In order to make the mean between theory and problems, it is essential to obtain a minimum score of 4 points out of 10 in each of the parts (T and P). The weighted note of the theory + problems exam (0.50 · P + 0.35 · T) · 10 / 8.5 must be higher than 5 out of 10 to be added to the practice mark. In the case that a pass is not obtained in the weighted grade of the exam, the grade of T or P can be saved when it is equal to or higher than 4 points out of 10 (until the December session), provided that a minimum of 3 points out of 10 in the other part that is not saved. To pass the subject it is necessary to approve the laboratory (L) and computer (I) practices, through the correct presentation of the laboratory notebook (or alternative exam) and report of computer practices. In the activities proposed in the practices of the subject aspects such as the presentation, scientific rigor in the explanations and accuracy in the possible proposed calculations will be valued. Plagiarism will be sanctioned.
There will be an exam of theory eliminatory matter, as long as the grade is equal to or greater than 5 points out of 10.