The evaluation of the subject is established according to the following sections:
1. Class tracking tasks (NS: up to 1.5 points). These tasks will be carried out at home or during class time, as indicated, but in no case do they eliminate subject matter for the final exam. It consists of three parts:
- Test type exams (up to 0.7 points). It includes the realization (individually) of two exams at home and one in class.
- Exercises and seminars (up to 0.3 points). It includes the realization (in group) of exercises and seminars that the professor will propose throughout the semester.
- Tutorials (up to 0.5 points). Attendance and active participation in group or individual tutorials will be assessed.
2. Computer practices (NP: up to 1.5 points). The attendance to the classes (0.5 points) and the presentation of the tasks (1 point) that the teacher proposes during the development of the practices will be evaluated.
3. Final exam (up to 7-10 points). Is divided into three parts:
- Test type test (NT: up to (5 - NS) points). It will consist of 15 multiple choice questions. The maximum note that can be obtained in this part is elastic, and depends on the grade obtained in the tasks of monitoring the classes (relative to section 1), thus allowing for full or partial recovery. The duration of this part will be 1 hour and 45 minutes.
- Development exam (ND: up to 3.5 points). Three problems of 2, 1.5 and 1 point, respectively, will be proposed. The student must select two of the three proposed problems. Obviously, you can only choose to reach the maximum score (3.5 points) in this part if you choose the first two of the three proposed problems. The problems will be developed in writing reflecting all the details of the calculations, and the correct use of mathematical language and good writing will also be valued. The duration of this part will be 1 hour and 15 minutes.
- Examination of computer practices (NP: up to 1.5 points). Aimed at students who have not completed the internship through the standard procedure of assistance and delivery of tasks. The exam will be written by hand after performing the test type test and the development exam. It is mandatory to inform the teaching staff of the intention to take this exam 15 days before the date of the official examination session.
The final grade NF will be calculated using the following formula:
NF = Block I + Block II; Block I = NS + NT, Block II = NP + ND
To pass the subject it is required:
- In Block I, obtain a grade equal to or greater than 2 points.
- In Block II, obtain a grade equal to or greater than 2 points.
- A Final Score equal to or greater than 5 points.
The grades obtained in the follow-up tasks of the classes (section 1) and in the computer lab practices (section 2) will also be kept in the extraordinary calls for September and December. That is, the students will be presented in the extraordinary calls in the same conditions that are presented in the ordinary call of February.
In those tests that consist of questionnaires, three poorly answered questions will penalize a well answered question. In those tests that do not consist of questionnaires, the following correction criteria should be taken into account:
- Well structured presentation.
- Clarity in the writing.
- Proper argumentation of the ideas presented.
In the exams, whether they are questionnaires or development exercises:
- It will be allowed to use only calculators with basic functions, that DO NOT allow operations with matrices, symbolic calculation (limits, derivatives, integrals, etc) or representation of functions.
- The presence of cases, coats, bags, etc. will not be allowed. nor the use or possession of mobile phones or any other communication or storage device (phones, watches, tablets or similar). The presence of this type of communication or storage device will be considered sufficient evidence of the intention to commit fraud.