The subject can be overcome by continuous assessment, accumulating up to 100 points over the course of carrying out various activities scoring: a final review of theory and problems, a practice exam, problem solving sessions, question sessions and attendance practices. The minimum score to get approved by continuous assessment is 50 points (equivalent to a rating of 5 out of 10). It will be required to obtain at least 3.5 (17.5 out of 50 points) in the final theory and problems exam in order to add to the final exam grade, the points obtained in the rest of the subject's scoring activities. In case of not reaching 17.5 points in the theory and problems exam, the subject will be considered suspended.
EVALUATION OF CLASSROOM PRACTICES
-Problems. You can get up to 20 points for solving problems. In each problem, each of the sections will be scored and not the problem as a whole. The unanswered sections and the wrong answers will not subtract punctuation. The teacher will choose one of the answer sheets for each of the problems in the series, summoning the corresponding student, who must explain how he has solved the problem and answer any questions asked. Students whose answer sheets are selected by the teacher and are not present in the classroom or do not know how to explain how they have solved the problem, will lose the entire score of the series of problems. If a student gave the teacher a response sheet of a series and did not attend the discussion session, he would lose the score of that series.
- Questions. Up to 2 points will be awarded for the development of five questions with four alternative answers, on the subject taught in class. The accuracy in the use of the scientific terms, the originality and clarity of the statements of the questions and the proposed answers will be assessed. The consideration of falsehood or certainty of each of the answers will have to be argued in class. In the event that a student signed a work delivered to the teacher and did not attend the discussion session, he would lose the score of said activity. Students whose work is selected by the teacher and are not present or do not know how to explain the proposed statements will lose the score of this activity.
ASSESSMENT OF LABORATORY PRACTICES
Up to 10 points will be awarded for attending laboratory practice classes.
EVALUATION OF THE SEMINARS
Up to 8 points will be awarded for conducting a seminar. Up to 4 points can be obtained by presenting a summary of a 3-page extension. The remaining 4 points can be obtained for the presentation and defense of the seminar. If a student had signed a paper delivered to the teacher and had not attended his presentation or that of the remaining groups, he will lose the score obtained in said activity.
EXAMINATION OF THEORY AND PROBLEMS
An exam will be carried out in January between 0 and 50 points and will consist of two sections. The first, a questionnaire with 35 questions, each with 4 alternative answers, in which only one will be correct or erroneous, depending on what the statement indicates. The second section will consist of the resolution of 2 problems. Students will be able to review their exams and have one day to do so, which will be announced next to the exam call. Students who have not submitted to this exam will not be considered as not submitted - and will not consume the ordinary call of February.
Coinciding with the theory and problems exam in January, an exam of the practice sessions will be conducted and will be scored with up to 10 points. The exam will consist of a 10-question questionnaire with 4 alternative answers, in which only one will be correct.
EXAMINATION OF THEORY AND PROBLEMS
Each correct theory test question will be scored with 1 point (total: 35 points). In this section 0.33 points will be deducted for each wrong answer. Unanswered questions will not score negatively. In the problem review, each of the two problems will be assessed with 7.5 points (total 15 points). Only the final answers to each of the sections of the problem will be scored. In this part of the exam, the wrong answers will not subtract score.
Each success will be valued with 1 point (total 10 points) and 0.33 will be deducted for each incorrect answer. Unanswered questions do not score negatively.
Students will have to come equipped with a non-programmable calculator for the exam. No other type of electronic device will be allowed to perform the necessary calculations. The use or detection of a mobile phone or any other telecommunication or data storage device during the exam is absolutely prohibited. The possession of a mobile phone or other means of telecommunication during the tests (on or off), the use of any fraudulent means and attempted copying will imply the withdrawal of the exam and will result in a grade of 0 in the corresponding call.