Educational guide 2017_18
Escola de Enxeñaría Industrial
Degree in Industrial Technologies Engineering
 Subjects
  Mechanics of materials
   Assessment
  Description Qualification Evaluated Competencess
Laboratory practises A) it will evaluate the attendance and active participation in all the practicals of the
semester, as well as the correct delivery (time and form) of all the documentation
requested (reports, exercises, etc.). Practical sessions will be held in a fixed date, so it is
not possible to attend the practical in a later date. Whether the student does not attend
to a practical, he/she must demonstrate that the absence was due to unavoidable
reasons (e.g. medical reasons). Practicals will marked with the value indicated, only when
the student reaches the minimum mark in the written exam, which is 45%. (See following
section: 'Other comments')
2.5 CG3
CE14
CT1
CT2
CT9
CT10
CT16
CT17
Troubleshooting and / or exercises C) Written tests to evaluate the individual work delivered by the student in the previous
sections (A and B). It will be compulsory the attendance to the 90% of the practicals and
the on-time delivery of all the lists of problems explained in section B, to obtain the
marks given in section C. The marks obtained in the sections A and B will proportionally
affect to the marks of the section C. The section C will be marked with a maximum value
of 10% of the total mark, only when the student obtain the minimum mark in the written
exam, which is 45%. (See following section: 'Other comments')
10 CG3
CG4
CE14
CT1
CT2
CT9
CT10
CT16
Autonomous troubleshooting and / or exercises B) Lists of problems to solve individually by students will be published in the platform
FAITIC-TEMA along the course. Each list of problems will have a deadline. All this
coursework needs to be delivered to the corresponding lecturer in time and form, so they
can be counted for marking. Any defect of form (out of term, absence of name, etc.) will
invalidate the exercises and they will not be marked. When all the coursework are
correctly submited, they will be marked with the value indicated. These marks will be
added to the marks obtained in the written exam, once the student reaches the minimum
mark in this exam, which is 45%. (See following section: 'Other comments')
2.5 CG3
CG4
CE14
CT1
CT2
CT9
CT10
CT16
Long answer tests and development Written exam in the dates established by the School. 85 CG3
CE14
CT1
CT2
CT9
CT10
CT16
 
Other comments on the Evaluation

Students resigning continuum assessment (after School aproval)
will be evaluated only through the written exam which will be graded with 100%
of final mark.

Continuum assessment is composed of sections A, B, C. The
maximum mark for continuum assessment (NEC) is 15%, which will be computed from
the following equation: NEC (%) = (2'5·A) + (2'5·*B) + (C)·A·B ; where A,B:
0-1 and Cmáx= 10% of final mark.

Ethical
commitment: it is expected an adequate ethical behaviour of the student. In
case of detecting unethical behaviour (copying, plagiarism, unauthorized use of
electronic devices, etc.)  shall be
deemed that the student does not meet the requirements for passing the subject.
In this case, the overall rating in the current academic year will be Fail
(0.0).

The use of
any electronic device for the assessment tests is not allowed unless explicitly
authorized. The fact of introducing unauthorized electronic device in the
examination room will be considered reason for not passing the subject in the
current academic year and will hold overall rating (0.0).

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