Guia docente 2019_20
Escuela de Ingeniería Industrial
Degree in Mechanical Engineering
 Subjects
  Physics: Physics II
   Assessment
  Description Qualification Evaluated Competencess
Objective questions exam Tests for the assessment of acquired knowledge that include closed questions with different response options (true/false, multiple choice, matching of elements...). Students select a response among a limited number of choices. 10
CG3
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. In this way, the student should apply the acquired knowledge. 40
CG3
CE2
CT2
Essay questions exam Tests that include open questions on a topic. Students should develop, relate, organize and present knowledge on the subject in an argued response. 40
CG3
CE2
Practices report Preparation of a report by the students which reflects the characteristics of the work that has been carried out. Students must describe the developed tasks and procedures, show the results or observations made, as well as the data analysis and processing. 10
CG3
CE2
CT9
CT10
 
Other comments on the Evaluation

Continuous assessment (denoted EC) will have a
weight of 30% in the final mark, and will include the lab mark (20%, denoted ECL) and the class mark (10%, denoted ECA).

 



The
mark ECA will be evaluated by means of tests on the topics covered in the
lectures.

 



The
mark ECL will be evaluated by the lab reports and tests on the topics covered
in the laboratory sessions. It is mandatory the attendance to 10 out of 12 lab sessions to
obtain the mark ECL.

 



Those
students unable to attend the continuous assessment and who have been granted
with the waiver of the continuous assessment have the possibility of taking a
final test to obtain a REC mark with a weight of 30% of the final mark. This test will include the
contents of the lab sessions (weight of 20%, denoted RECL) and the topics
covered in the lectures (weight of 10%, denoted RECA).

 



The
remaining 70% of the final mark will be obtained by taking a final exam. This will consist of two
parts: a theoretical part (denoted T) with a weight of 30% of the final mark,
and another part on problem solving (denoted P) with a weight of 40% of the
final mark. The theoretical part will consist of: (1) a qualifying test
(denoted TT) on fundamental theoretical concepts, and (2) a test with
questions of development (denoted TC). The qualifying test TT will have a
weight of 10% in the final mark, and it is required a minimum score of 50% in
it. The test TC will have a weight of 20% in the final mark. Those students not
attending the final exam will obtain a mark of non-presented.

 



Both
the “fin de carrera” exam and any other ones held on dates and/or times
different from those officially set by the School of Industrial Engineering
(E.E.I.), could have an exam format different from the one previously described
(EC o REC, T and P), although each part of the exam will hold its value in the
final mark.

 



Final
mark G for the continuous assessment modality:



G = ECL + ECA +
TT + TC + P, where TC and P are only considered if the test TT is passed.



Final mark G for
the assessment at the end of the course and July (RECL and RECA only for those
students granted with the waiver of the continuous assessment):



G = ECL (or RECL)
+ ECA (or RECA) + TT + TC + P, where TC an P are only considered if the test TT
is passed.



Lecturers
assigned to each group:

 



Ethical
commitment: Every student is expected to follow an appropriate ethical
behaviour. In
the case that unethical conduct is detected (copy, plagiarism, utilisation of
unauthorised electronic devices, or others), it will be considered that the
student does not fulfil the necessary requirements to pass the subject. In this
case, the final mark in the present academic year will be "suspenso"
(0.0).



Students should
not possess or use any electronic device during the tests and exams, unless
specifically authorised to do so. The mere fact that a student carries an
unauthorised electronic device into the examination room will result in failing
the subject in the present academic year and the final mark will be
"suspenso" (0.0).

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