Guia docente 2019_20
Escola de Enxeñería Industrial
Máster Universitario en Enxeñaría Industrial
 Subjects
  Physics Extended
   Assessment
  Description Qualification Evaluated Competencess
Problem and/or exercise solving Test in which the student must solve a series of problems and / or exercises in a time / conditions set by the teacher 40 CB1
CB3
CE7
CE10
Essay questions exam Test that include open questions on a topic. Students should develop, relate, organize and present knowledge on the subject in an argued response 50 CB1
CB3
CE7
Practices report Each team should write a report on the activities carried out. The report must include the developed tasks and procedures, the obtained results or taken observations, as well as a detailed description of the data processing and analysis 10 CB1
CB3
CE7
CE10
 
Other comments on the Evaluation

1. CONTINUOUS ASSESSMENT

CONTINUOUS ASSESSMENT TESTS (40%)

- Mark A0 (20%) will be obtained from essay questions exams on topics of Parts I and II

- Mark L0 (20%) will be obtained from a problem solving exam on topics
of Part III.1 (10%) and from the open lab report (or the topic report) corresponding
to Part III.2 (10%). Only students that
have regularly attended the lab sessions can obtain the mark L0

FINAL EXAM (60%)

- It is held in the December-January
call

- Mark T1 (30%) will be obtained from an essay questions exam on topics of Parts I and II

- Mark P1 (30%) will be obtained
from a problem solving exam on topics of Parts I and II

GLOBAL MARK

- The global mark G1 is obtained as

G1 = T1
+ P1 + L0 + A0

- To pass the course, a student
must obtain a global mark G1
equal to or higher than 5

2. END-TERM ASSESSMENT

EXAM THAT REPLACES CONTINUOUS ASSESSMENT TESTS (40%)

- It is held on the same date as
the final exam in the December-January call

- Mark A1 (20%) will be obtained from essay questions exams on topics of Parts I and II

- Mark L1 (20%) will be obtained from a problem solving exam on topics
of Part III.1

GLOBAL MARK

- In this case the global mark G1 is
obtained as

G1 = T1
+ P1 + L1 + A1

- To pass the course, a student
must obtain a global mark G1 equal to or higher than 5

- A student that had previously obtained
marks L0 or A0 (or both) would choose between:

a) answering the exam(s)
corresponding to mark L1 and/or
mark A1, in such a way that the new mark L1
replaces L0 and/or the new mark
A1 replaces A0

b) holding mark L0 and/or mark A0
instead of answering the exam(s) corresponding to mark L1 and/or mark A1,
respectively

3. ASSESSMENT IN THE SECOND CALL (JUNE-JULY)

FINAL EXAM (60%)

- It is held in the June-July call

- Mark T2 (30%) will be obtained from an essay questions exam on topics of Parts I and II

- Mark P2 (30%) will be obtained
from a problem solving exam on topics of Parts I and II

EXAM THAT REPLACES CONTINUOUS ASSESSMENT TESTS (40%)

- It is held on the same date as
the final exam in the June-July call

- Mark A2 (20%) will be obtained from essay questions exams on topics of Parts I and II

- Mark L2 (20%) will be obtained from a problem solving exam on topics
of Part III.1

GLOBAL MARK

- In this case the global mark G2 is
obtained as

G2 = T2
+ P2 + L2 + A2

- To pass the course, a student
must obtain a global mark G2 equal to or higher than 5

- A student that had previously obtained
marks L0, L1, A0 or A1 would choose between:

a) answering the exam(s) corresponding to mark L2 and/or mark A2, in such a way that the new mark L2 and/or the new mark A2 will replace the marks of the same
type (L0 or L1 and/or A0 or A1, respectively)

b) holding the most recent marks of
each type (L0 or L1 and/or A0 or A1) instead of answering the exam(s) corresponding to mark L2 and/or
mark A2, respectively

4. NOTATION FOR MARKS

- L = the latest mark among L0,
L1 and L2

- A = the latest mark among A0,
A1 and A2

- T = T1 in December-January
call (1st edition) or T2 in
June-July call (2nd edition)

- P =
P1 in December-January call (1st edition) or P2 in June-July call (2nd edition)

- G = G1 in December-January
call (1st edition) or G2 in
June-July call (2nd edition)



- In any of the calls the global mark G is obtained as

G = T
+ P + L + A

- To pass the
course, a student must obtain a global mark G equal to or higher than 5

5. SUPPLEMENTARY ASSESSMENT RULES

- Presentation of DNI or any other
identification document is compulsory during tests and exams

- Resources and material that can
be used in the tests and final exams:

a) In problem solving exams on topics of Parts I and II (corresponding
to marks P1 and P2) it is allowed to employ notes about
theory adequately bound (this includes both the Department lecture notes on the subject and the handwritten notes of the
student, exclusively about theory),
one textbook and one mathematics handbook (Bronshtein or similar). It is
forbidden the use of any workbook or collection of worked out problems

b) In any other case, the use of any additional resources is forbidden

c) Students should not possess or use any electronic device during the tests
and exams, unless specifically authorised to do so. The mere fact that a
student carries an unauthorised electronic device into the examination room will
result in failing the subject in the present academic year and the global mark
will be "suspenso (0.0)"

- The tests and exams will be
jointly defined and assessed by the teaching team of the subject

- The global mark for students not
attending the final exam will be "non presentado"

- The dates for the final exams at
each call will be assigned by the board of directors of the School of Industrial
Engineering (E.E.I.)

- The exams corresponding to
the end-of-degree call, as well as any exam held on date and time other than
the dates and times stated by the E.E.I. for official exams, could have a
different format than the one described above. Nevertheless, each mark (L, A, T
and P) will hold its value to calculate the global mark G

- The date and hours for revision
of marks and tests and exams results will be announced in advance. Revision out
of this date and hours will be possible only if a reasonable reason for non-attendance is
documented

6. ETHICAL COMMITMENT



Every student is expected to follow an appropriate ethical
behaviour. In the case that unethical conduct is detected (copy, plagiarism,
utilisation of unauthorised electronic devices, or others), it will be
considered that the student does not fulfil the necessary requirements to pass
the subject. In this case, the global mark in the present academic year will be
"suspenso (0.0)"

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