The evaluation of the subject will be carried out by means of any of the following tests or combination of them: multiple answer test, test of short questions of development, observation techniques, and classes of problems and exercises of continuous evaluation that will be had considered by the teacher for the final evaluation.
Attendance at practices will be assessed in a special way. In case of not surpassing the practices, there will be a questionnaire about them in the final exam.
Practices reports: The practices reports, are collected at the end of each session or on the date determined by the internship teacher, are returned corrected so that the student can analyze their mistakes. These reports also serve so that the teacher can have a better daily assessment of the student.
Attendance at practices may also be associated with obtaining points, at the discretion of the teacher.
EVALUATION OF THE SUBJECT:
All theory and practice exams are scored on 10 points. The final grade of the student will be composed of 80% for the theory part and 20% for the practical part (wet laboratory and computer). The mark of the practical part corresponds to the computer simulation practices and the mark obtained in the laboratory practices. To pass the subject, the student must obtain at least 5 by adding the assessment of each of the parts, that is, Theory, practices and shared activities.
EVALUATION SUBJECT TABLE:
FINAL TEST EXAM [4 pts]
P. DEVELOPMENT [4 pts]
CONTINUOUS EVALUATION * = 5 exercises throughout the course (not eliminatory). They do weighted average with final exam grade. (*) Essential to obtain M. Honor in the subject.
PR. WET LABORATORY (X4) = 15% Attendance ** (5 pts) (**) non-assistance implies taking a practice exam. Practice Report (5 pts)
PR. COMPUTER (X3) = 5% Attendance (5) Exercise (5)
MULTIPLE CHOICE TEST: Final exam test consisting of 40-50 theory questions with 4 possible answers, only one correct. A correction factor will be applied to avoid random responses. 0.25 questions well answered will be subtracted for each wrong answer. The duration of the exam will have a maximum of 2 hours.
SHORT WRITTING QUESTIONS: Students are asked short (half-page response) questions on theoretical concepts (3 to 6) that must be done within a maximum period of 1 hour.
Other items that will be taken into account: Participation in class by carrying out the small activities / issues that the teacher will propose throughout the course: the student will receive + points that can be used to improve the final grade.
Ongoing Student Evaluation Program: Throughout the course students are offered the possibility of following a program of five continuous assessment exercises, so that the student can track their level of knowledge. These are exercises that combine test and short questions and whose duration is less than one hour. They are volunteers and the student must request them. The grade of these exercises is taken into account in the final grade, making a weighted average with the theory grade. By including few topics and being done shortly after the explanation in class, it is a good opportunity for the student to get good grades. These exercises are not partial eliminatory: students must also take the final exam.
In the test type questions there is a correction factor where 1 question wrongly answered subtracts 0.25 from the correct question.
Students who have not attended wet lab practices should take a practice exam.