|Previous studies / activities
||As entregas destes Estudos/actividades previos determinarán o valor do coeficiente *K indicado no apartado da guía docente "Outros comentarios e segunda convocatoria".
Considerarase entregada unha actividade previa cando se responda completamente a todas as cuestións expostas.
|Practical tests, real task execution and / or simulated.
Short exercises and conceptual tests will be taken during the course (within lecture or laboratory hours; grading from 0 to 10). The mark will be added to the exam mark, provided that the student gets a minimum mark in the written examination (minimum mark: 4.0/10).
The qualification will be modified by the coefficient introduced in the "Other comments and second call" section in this guide
In this module the minimum required mark to pass is 5 out of 10.
The written examination of students not able to attend laboratory sessions will be graded 100% of the module mark, provided the student resigns from continuous assessment (and gets the required school approval) within the period established for that purpose. This examination will assess the subject overall competencies.
The qualification obtained in the laboratory practices in the course 2013/2014 and 2012/2013 (5% of the qualification) will be preserved in 2014/2015, provided the student requests that within an established period in the beginning of the course.
The qualification obtained in the conceptual tests in the course 2013/2014 (15% of the qualification) will be preserved in 2014/2015, provided the student requests that within an established period in the beginning of the course.
Comments about continuous assessment:
The handing of previous exercises (within the established period for each exercise) will modify the qualification of laboratory practices and follow-up conceptual tests as following explained:
Qualification of laboratory practices = K•(overall practice grade)/(nr of laboratory sessions)
Qualification of conceptual tests = K •(addition of tests’ grades)/(nr of tests)
K = (nr of previous exercises delivered)/(total nr of previous exercises)
The absence from a laboratory session, even justified, does not lead to the repetition of the session.
The absence from a test, even justified, does not lead to the repetition of the test.
Group responsible lecturer:
Groups with teaching in Spanish: Aida Badaoui Fernández
Group with teaching in English: Rafael Comesaña Piñeiro (email@example.com