The student's final grade will be composed of: A) Qualification of the written exam. This exam will evaluate the student's ability to correctly solve several problems of analysis of different circuits under direct current and alternating current. Clarity in the development of the problem, the ability to reason and choose the simplest technique for resolution, as well as the ability to arrive mathematically at the correct result will be assessed. The written exam will weigh 65% of the final grade. The dates of completion of this examination will be the ones approved by each course by the EPSE. In extraordinary cases this examination could be performed orally. B) Continuous evaluation. Continuous assessment of the student will be taken into account through the grades obtained in the three tests carried out during the semester. This part will weigh 15% of the final grade. It will be necessary to obtain at least a 5 out of 10 in the written exam and continuous assessment (A and B) to average the grade of the practical exam that must be approved. Those students who lack more than one control, or do not want to carry out the continuous evaluation checks, will obtain the theory grade directly from the written exam that in that case will have a weighting of 80% of the final grade of the subject. Characteristics of continuous evaluation controls: These are test-type tests in which the student must choose the correct solution of several problems among the answers that are proposed. They will be done in the time of the theory classes in the dates agreed with the group (communicated through the Announcements of the subject) and will last approximately one hour. C) Practical examination. Attendance to the laboratory and simulation practices that will be carried out during the semester is optional, although it is imperative to pass the practical exam to pass the subject. This examination will have two parts. The first one will assess the student's ability to use the software tool used during practice, in the simulation and analysis of several circuits. The second part will evaluate the student's ability to recognize the various electronic components, to make the proper connection of them and the correct use of the measuring instruments. This exam will contribute 20% to the final grade. Features continuous assessment controls: It is multiple choice exams where students choose the correct solution of various problems between the answers that are proposed.
Characteristics of the written exam: Contents of Examination DIDACTIC UNIT 1: Basic analysis of linear circuits DIDACTIC UNIT 2: Circuits in sinusoidal permanent regime DIDACTIC UNIT 3: Magnetic coupling of electronic circuits DIDACTIC UNIT 4: Circuits in transient regime DIDACTIC UNIT 5: Analysis of circuits through transformed The exam will consist of several problems to be solved step by step and in a reasoned manner of the various topics covered in the subject. The approximate duration of the exam will be 3 hours (except in the September call which will be 2 hours). Additional Requirements: No student who cannot identify himself / herself will be examined (by ID, driver's license, UMH card or equivalent). The use of mobile phones is not allowed during the exam. All students must leave their cell phone off along with their backpacks and belongings in the place indicated by the teacher. Failure to comply with this requirement will result in expulsion from the classroom and withdrawal from the exam. It is not allowed to leave the classroom during the exam, unless the exam is delivered, ending it.
Regarding the final exam of the subject it will be assessed the clarity in the development of the problems, the reasoning ability and choice of the simplest technique for resolution, as well as being able to achieve mathematically the true result.
During the exams of the subject: You can not use programmable calculators (not even reset), or books or notes. Each student will receive a form (equal to the one available on the web). Students who can not be identified (by ID card, driving license, UMH card or equivalent) will not be examined . The use of mobile phones is not allowed during the exam. All students must leave their cell phone switched off together with their backpacks and belongings in the place indicated by the teacher. Failure to comply with this requirement will lead to expulsion from the classroom and withdrawal from the exam. It is not allowed to leave the classroom during the exam, unless it has finished.