The grade will be the maximum value of the two evaluation systems: A) CONTINUOUS EVALUATION and B) UNIQUE EVALUATION.
A) CONTINUOUS EVALUATION: It will be done by adding different items until reaching 10 points.
1. FINAL EXAMINATION 6 points in an exam to be taken on the day of the official date composed of 3 parts and that will include as exam material everything given in the topics as well as in the practical sessions:
1.1. 2 points: TEST of 20 questions (0,1 correct question, -0,025 each incorrect and 0 blank).
1.2. 2 points: 4 QUESTIONS of 0.5 points each.
1.3. 2 points: 4 PROBLEMS of 0.5 points each.
2. PRACTICES. 4 points divided into 5 items:
2.1. 1 point: 2 PARTIAL DELIVERIES of the Practices of 0.5 points each (Delivery 1: Practices 11, 12 and 13; Delivery 2: Practices 21, 22 and 23) in the format given by the teacher. Correction criterion: each unanswered question will subtract 0.1 points and if the quality of the presentation is not good you can subtract up to 0.5 points.
2.2. 2 points: FINAL DELIVERY on the day of the Final Exam of the Delivery 3 in the format given by the teacher (Practices 31, 32 and 33) (0,5 points) and GLOBAL EVALUATION of ALL the practices in which it will be possible to redeliver with the suggested improvements the practices 11, 12, 13, 21, 22 and 23. Criterion correction: each unanswered question subtracts 0.1 points and if the quality of the presentation is not good you can subtract up to 2 points.
2.3. 0.5 points: WORK IN GROUP practice 313.
2.4. 0.23 points: PARTICIPATION in class.
2.5. 0.27 points: ASSISTANCE to practical sessions.
In the CONTINUOUS EVALUATION system it is necessary to obtain at least 2.5 points out of the 6 corresponding to the FINAL EXAM to get the approved of the subject. In addition, in this system of CONTINUOUS EVALUATION those who do not approve in a call may keep all the notes of the parties 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 2.1, 2.2, 2.3, 2.4. and 2.5. for the following exams (always maintaining the best grade obtained) and may make another final delivery of the practices (section 2.2) the day of the official examination of the next call, if they had not done during the course or to improve the grade.
B) UNIQUE EVALUATION. Only the FINAL REVIEW defined above but valued over 10 points will be made
Note 1: It is considered that all the sections are maximum values ¿¿that can be obtained by the activity carried out.
Note 2: Failure to attend an activity that generates points may be compensated if it is a "cause of force majeure" duly justified at the discretion of the teacher.