The qualification of the continuous evaluation (which
we will call EC) will have a weight of 30% of the final grade and will include
both the contents of the laboratory practices (weight of 20%, which we will
call ECL qualification) and of the classroom (weight of 10% , which we will
call ECA qualification).
The ECA grade will be obtained through justified response
tests on classroom contents.
The ECL qualification will be obtained as the sum of
the qualification of the Reports / memories of practices on laboratory
contents. To obtain an ECL qualification, attendance will be required at least
10 of the 12 laboratory sessions scheduled.
Those students who can not follow the continuous
assessment and who have been granted the rejection of the continuous assessment
will have the possibility of taking a final written test to obtain a REC grade
that will weigh 30% of the final grade and will include both the contents of
the laboratory practices (weight of 20%, which we will call RECL rating) as
classroom (weight of 10%, which we will call RECA rating).
The remaining 70% of the final grade will be obtained
by completing a final exam that will consist of two parts: a theoretical part
(which we will call T) that will weigh 30% of the final grade and another part
of problem solving ( which we will call P) that will have a weight of 40% of
the final grade. The theoretical part will consist of an eliminatory test type
test (that we will denominate TT) on fundamental theoretical concepts, that
will have a weight of 10% of the final qualification and where a minimum
qualification of 50% will be required, and another test of
theoretical-practical questions of justified response (which we will call TC),
which will have a weight of 20% of the final grade. Those students who do not
appear for the final exam will obtain a grade of not presented.
Both the final exams and those that are held on dates
and / or times different from those officially set by the center, may have an
exam format different from the one previously described, although the parts of
the exam retain the same value in the final grade.
Final grade G of the subject for the continuous
G = ECL + ECA + TT + TC + P, where TC and P are added
only if TT is exceeded.
Final grade G of the subject for the evaluation
modality at the end of the semester and July (the RECL and RECA options only
for students with waiver granted):
G = ECL (or RECL) + ECA (or RECA) + TT + TC + P, where
TC and P are added only if TT is exceeded.
Ethical commitment: The student is expected to exhibit
adequate ethical behavior. In the case of detecting unethical behavior
(copying, plagiarism, unauthorized use of electronic devices, etc.), the
student will be considered not to meet the necessary requirements to pass the
subject. In this case, the overall grade in the current academic year will be
The use of any electronic
device during the evaluation tests will not be allowed unless expressly
authorized. The fact of introducing an electronic device not authorized in the
exam room will be considered a reason for not passing the subject in this
academic year and the overall rating will be suspended (0,0).