The subject final mark will be the result of a theoretical exam to develop (70%) and the mark obtained in the practices (30%), whichever pass both parts with at least 5 points to be able to average, both the theory and the practices. It will not be averaged with a grade lower than 5 points in either of two parts. It will not be averaged with a grade lower than 5 in either of the two parts. The subject will be considered approved with a final mark equal to or greater than 5 points.
The practices will be evaluated through a continuous student assessment and a practices report presented at the end of the semester.
The subject part, theory or practice, that is approved in January will keep its mark until September. The student will not have to evaluate again of the approved part in September. If the student does not attend all of the practice sessions without a duly justified cause, a practice test will be carried out at the end of the semester.
The mark obtained in a optional work by groups, whose content will be proposed by the students, will increase by 10% in the final subject mark. As long as the final subject mark is less than a rating of 10.
The theoretical exam will consist of a series of questions and problems to develop related to the content of the subject, and/or the practices carried out in it. The test duration will be 4 hours in the January call and 3 hours in the Septembers one. The call dates will be published in advance on the web. All the information considered necessary (forms, etc.) will be provided in the exam.
The practical exam for students who have not attended all the practice sessions without a duly justified cause, will consist of 4 exercises related to the practices carried out during the course. This exam will be carried out individually at the end of the semester.
The laboratory practices will be done individually in the Electronic laboratory enabled for this purpose, students must take the practice script and have prepared it before starting the practice session.
The optional work will be carried out in groups of 2 or 3 people, according to the level of work proposed by the students.
In the theoretical exam, the note of each of the problems will be based on the number of sections that it have and the degree of difficulty of them, giving a higher score to the problems that have more sections and/or higher difficulty.
The practices will be evaluated through a continuous students assessment, both the work developed and the results obtained, as well as the behaviour shown in the classroom, and/or the delivery of a report of the practices carried out, and/or the performance of a theoretical exam or practical.
In the practice exam, the grade of each exercise will follow the same criteria as the theoretical exam.
The final note of the work will be obtained from the sum of an individual note from each speaker (clarity of exposure and type of answers provided) and a group note of the work done (difficulty and originality, relationship with the subject, resources used and memory made).
The optional work qualification will be obtained from the works contents and the tutorials carried out. The works will be exhibited in the classroom by all the members of the group. The speaker of each part will be randomly selected. The final mark of this optional work will be obtained from the individual speaker mark (clarity of exposure and type of answers provided) and a group mark based in the works difficulty and originality, relationship with the subject, resources used and memory made.
During the exam, students will not be allowed to use books, notes, mobiles or programmable calculators, all of which must be left under the blackboard when you enter in the classroom. Only a pen and a basic calculator are allowed if it is necessary.