The evaluation of the course will be set as follows: ** 75% for the final exam, which will consist of an objective test covering any of those seen in the course (theory, problems, practices) content. **25% for lab reports, attendance and attitude in them. A record attendance, attitude and evaluation report for each practice will take place. The system will be the same for the three possible annual calls, February, September and December; so that the notes of practices made in the course for these calls (an academic course) will be maintained.
Objective test Single response questions, to be selected from a subset proposed for each one. The exam will be unique and will include questions related to theory, problems, practices and seminars.
A series of 25 to 40 questions will be formulated. The total sum of points for the final examination of the objective test will be 7.5 (the remaining 2.5 come from the practices carried out during the academic year); distributed proportionally between the number of questions. Each incorrect answer will subtract a quarter from a correct one. Unanswered answers will not add or subtract points.
For the final exam, bring a document identifying the student. The use of a scientific calculator or pencil will not be allowed. The test will preferably be answered in blue pen.