Guia docente 2022_23
Escola de Enxeñaría Industrial
Grado en Ingeniería en Tecnologías Industriales
 Subjects
  Physics 3
   Assessment
  Description Qualification Evaluated Competencess
Essay questions exam Test that includes open questions on a topic. Students should develop, relate, organize and present knowledge on the subject in an argued response 50 CG10
CE2
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 CG10
CE2
CT10
Report of practices, practicum and external practices Each team should write a report on the activities carried out. The report must include the tasks and procedures developed, the results obtained or the observations taken, as well as a detailed description of the data processing and analysis 10 CG10
CE2
CT10
 
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 mark L0

FINAL EXAM (60%)

- To be 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-OF-TERM ASSESSMENT

EXAM THAT REPLACES CONTINUOUS ASSESSMENT TESTS (40%)

- To be 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 has previously obtained marks L0
or A0 (or both) can 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) maintaining mark L0 and/or mark A0 instead of taking
the exam(s) corresponding to mark L1 and/or mark A1, respectively


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

FINAL EXAM (60%)

- To be 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%)

- To be 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 has previously
obtained marks L0, L1, 
A0 or A1 can 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) maintaining the
most recent marks of each type (L0 or L1
and/or A0 or A1) instead of taking the exam(s) corresponding to mark L2
and/or mark A2, respectively


4. NOTATION FOR MARKS

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

- A = the latest mark from 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 either 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

- Students should not have access to or use any electronic device during the tests and exams, unless
specifically authorised. The mere fact of taking an
unauthorised electronic device into the examination room will result in the student failing
the subject in the present academic year and the global mark will be "suspenso (0.0)"

- The tests and exams will
be jointly set 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 dates and times other
than those stated by the E.E.I. for official exams, could have a
different format from 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 times for the revision (of marks and the results of tests and exams) will be announced in
advance. Revision at any other time will be possible only if a justifiable reason for non-attendance is documented

6. ETHICAL COMMITMENT

Every student is expected to behave in an appropriate
ethical manner. Should unethical conduct be detected (copying,
plagiarism, utilisation of unauthorised electronic devices, or others), the student will
be considered not to have fulfilled 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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