Guia docente 2022_23
Escola de Enxeñaría Industrial
Grado en Ingeniería en Tecnologías Industriales
  Computer science: Computing for engineering
  Description Qualification Evaluated Competencess
Practices through ICT Group of proofs that include the solution of problems, exercises of practical type, and activities to resolve. 70
Objective questions exam Proofs for the evaluation of the competitions purchased that include questions with different alternative of answer (true/false, multiple election, ...) 15 CG3
Problem and/or exercise solving Resolution of practical exercises 15
Other comments on the Evaluation

Ethical commitment:

Students are expected to behave ethically. If unethical behaviour is detected (copying, plagiarism, use of unauthorized electronic devices and others), then it will be considered that the student does not meet the minimum requirements to pass thecourse. In this case, the final grade for the current academic year will befailed (0.0).

In addition to the ethical commitment, the following is underlined:

In the first place, a person registered in the course is by default subject to the continuous assessment system; if the student does not want to be in this system, the he/she must expressly renounce to it within the established deadlines.


In the present course, the continuous assessment will collect all the evidence oflearning from the person enrolled and will be

grouped into three assessments.The first two will take place preferably in the laboratories: Test 1 and Test2. The third

evaluation may be written: Test 3. If the student does notrenounce to the continuous evaluation system, tests that are not

attended will be considered as qualified as zero (0.0). A minimum score of 30% out of 10 (3.0points) must be obtained in the

last two evaluations: Test 2 and Test 3, inorder to be eligible to have the final average calculated. If this requirementis not

met and the final average is equal to or greater than 5, the final grade will be 4:

Test 1 * 0.3 + (Test 2>=3) * 0. 4 + (Test 3>=3) * 0. 3 >=5

A student is considered passed if he/she obtains a five or more in compliance with all the requirements.

First call (May/June):

The following must be met to pass the subject under continuous assessment:

Test 1 * 0.3 + (Test 2>=3) * 0. 4 + (Test 3>=3) * 0.3 >= 5

Once thefirst evaluation: Test 1, has been carried out, the person enrolled may requestto abandon the continuous evaluation

system (within the period and by the meansestablished by the teaching staff). In this way, the person enrolled will beable to

follow the non-continuous assessment system.

Second call (June/July):

If a person does not reach the passing level in the first exam (May/June) but has passed the minimum mark in the second

exam: Test 2, in the second call (June/July) he/she can choose to keep the grades of the first two tests, and take a 4-points

exam, or take a 100% exam in the subject (10 points). If the person takes the 3-points test, he/she will be asked for a

minimum score of 30% out of 10 (3. 0 points) in order to calculate the final grade. If this requirement is not met and the final

average is equal to or greater than 5, the final grade will be 4.


An exam that allows students to obtain 100% of the grade. The exam may be divided into sections, minimuns can be


First call (May/June):

Registered students who have expressly renounced to the continuous assessment system may take the May/June exam (on

the date and at the time proposed by the School) and take an exam that allows them to obtain 100% of the grade. This

exam is not open to those who have failed the continuous assessment.

Second call (June/July):

An exam will be proposed to evaluate 100% of the subject, for those who have not achieved the minimum mark in the first


The version of the guide was made in Spanish. For any doubt or contradiction, the Spanish guide will be mandatory.

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