The final grade will be obtained as follows:
Final Note (NF) = 0.2xEP + 0.75xET + 0.05xPC
Practical Evaluation (EP) = 20%
Theory exam (ET) = 75%
Class Participation (PC) = 5%
To pass the course the student must obtain at least 5 in ET and the final grade (NF) is equal to or greater than 5 points.
(1) Practical Evaluation (EP) and Class Participation (PC):
Option 1: Continuous assessment
Practical Evaluation (EP) (0-10): Making scoring assessments over corresponding to the practices during the course and course using the Excel tool (20% of the final grade).
Class Participation (PC) (0-10): The number of shares in the class and quality of them (5% of the final grade).
Option 2: Final practice exam
EP(0-10): Making a final practice exam, which will consist of problem solving with EXCEL, without making use of any material support, except for the help offered by the EXCEL program itself. In this case, this exam represents 25% of the final grade and participation in class will not be counted. Final Note (NF) = 0.25 x EP + ET x 0.75.
The grades obtained in EP and PC are saved until the December call.
(2) Theory exam (ET) (0-10):
The exams will be written to solve problems and questions related to the contents of the subject. Each problem or issue will be scored according to the quality of its approach and numerical resolution. There will be two parts to evaluate the theoretical concepts of the subject. The score of each partial exam will be about 10 points. If the test scores for each of the partial tests are equal to or greater than 4 points above 10, ET will be obtained as follows:
ET = 0.5 x Grade examination PARTIAL1 + 0.5 x Grade examination PARTIAL2
Two opportunities will be given for each block, that is, two exams will be carried out for each of the blocks. The temporary programming of the exams is as follows:
First opportunity: The first opportunity of each part will be realized during the course once the corresponding contents are imparted.
Second opportunity: It will be done the day of the determined date for the final exam of the subject in the ordinary call (January 24) of the subject.
At least a 5 in (ET) must be obtained for ET to average with practice (EP) and participation (CP).
The students that in the ordinary call of January have not passed ET with at least 5 points on 10 points, will be examined from both parts in a single exam in the following calls.