1. Ethical commitment:
The student is expected
to exhibit adequate ethical behavior. In the case of detecting unethical
behavior (copy, plagiarism, use of unauthorized electronic devices, for example)
it will be considered that the student does not meet the necessary requirements
to pass the subject. In that case, the overall grade in the current academic
year will be suspended
guidelines of the degree and the agreements of the academic commission will
offer students / s who study this subject a continuous assessment system.
evaluation will consist of two test type tests that will be carried out
throughout the course. Each one of the test type tests will deal with the
contents seen until the moment of its realization, both in theory and practical
classes. Therefore, the first test will not release material for the
performance of the second test. Due to this, each of these tests will have a
different weight in the calculation of the grade obtained in the subject. The
first 30% and the second 70%.
These tests are not
recoverable, that is, if a student can not perform them on the stipulated date,
the teacher does not have to repeat them, unless justified and duly accredited
by the student.
The student has the
right to know the grade obtained in each test within a reasonable time after
its completion and discuss the result with the teacher.
It will be understood
that the student has passed the continuous evaluation when all the following
requirements are met:
1. 75% of the practices
of the subject have been correctly developed.
2. At least a grade of
5 out of 10 (passed) has been obtained in the last test type test (which will
cover all the contents seen in the subject).
3. The weighted average
of the marks obtained in the test type tests is a minimum of 5 out of 10
(passed), this being the grade obtained in the subject.
In order for the
student to be able to take the evaluation tests indicated in this point, the
student must meet the first requirement expressed in the previous paragraph.
If the weighted average
of the marks obtained in the test type tests is greater than or equal to 5 but
the grade obtained in the last test type test is less than 5, the student will
not have passed the subject and his grade will be the one obtained in the
It will be understood
that a student has opted for continuous assessment when, fulfilling the
necessary requirements regarding the completion of practices, participates in
the second test type test.
obtained in the test and practice tests will only be valid for the academic
year in which they take place.
3. Students who do not
opt for continuous assessment
Students who do not opt
for continuous assessment will be offered an evaluation procedure that allows
them to reach the highest grade. This procedure will consist of a final exam
(whose date is set by the Management of the Center), in which all the contents
developed in the subject will be evaluated, both in the theory classes and in
the practical classes. This final exam will consist of two parts: a theory test
in a test-type format, which will represent 30% of the final grade, and another
part of practice, which will be the remaining 70%, and which will consist of a
series of exercises to be developed. It is an essential condition to pass the
subject to obtain a minimum score of 5 out of 10 (Approved) in the test type
test. In case of not passing the test type test, the final grade of the student
will be the one obtained in said test evaluated on 3.
Only those students who
do not perform any of the assessment tests included in this teaching guide will
be considered "not submitted". Specifically, for those students who
take the first test type test but then do not take the second test type test
and do not show up for the final exam, their grade in the subject will be the
grade obtained in the first test type test evaluated on 3.
4. About the July call
The call for recovery
(July) will consist of a final exam that will be 100% of the final grade and in
which all the contents developed in the subject will be evaluated, both in the
theory classes and in the practical classes. This exam will consist of two
parts: a theory test in test format, which will mean 30% of the final grade,
and another practice, which will be the remaining 70%, and which will consist
of a series of exercises to be developed. It is an essential condition to pass
the subject to obtain a minimum score of 5 out of 10 (Approved) in the test
type test. In case of not passing the test type test, the final grade of the
student will be the one obtained in said test evaluated on 3.
5. Prohibition of the
use of electronic devices
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 examination room, will be considered a reason for not passing
the subject in this academic year and the overall rating will be suspended