There are two modalities:
A) METHOD OF PRESENTIAL ASSESSMENT: The subject of the exam is composed of the syllabus, the lessons of the teacher, the practical knowledge acquired in class, the reference texts and those indicated in class (published in the Folders of Ads or Materials) . The evaluation consists of TWO parts: The Theory will be evaluated by written test (50% of the final grade) with 20 development questions and a duration of 2 hours. It is essential to pass the theoretical module to pass the subject, and that adds to the practical part when it is equal to or greater than 5 points out of 10. On the other hand, the practical works delivered in time and form will be qualified (50% of the mark final). The contents and requirements of each practice will be announced, explained in class and published in the Announcement Folder in advance. Students who do not deliver 2 or more practices of the subject in time and form, or obtain a grade of NOT presented in them will obtain the grade of NOT PRESENTED / A in the current call. Likewise, those who miss 3 or more practical sessions. Students who obtain the rating of NOT PRESENTED / A will be evaluated in the NON-PRESENT MODE in the following call. For the ordinary call, up to 0.5 additional points will be assessed for active attendance at congresses, seminars or other activities related to the subject (justification and prior communication to the Professor is required). The face-to-face evaluation requires attendance at 80% of the classes (justified absences are not accepted) and the delivery in time and form of each of the practical works. Only the qualifications of the Theoretical or Practical section above 5 points (out of 10) are retained in the PRESENT FORM for the September call of the same year. No qualification is retained for the extraordinary call for December or subsequent courses, as the NON-PRESENTIAL model will be followed.
B) NON-PRESENTIAL EVALUATION AND EXTRAORDINARY CALLS: Students who, due to work and other reasons, duly justified, do not allow them to attend class regularly can take advantage of this modality. Students must communicate this circumstance personally to the teacher during the first 15 days at the beginning of the semester, in addition, confirm by email. The subject of the exam is made up of the syllabus of the subject, the explanations of the teacher in class, the practices, the reference texts and the annexes that are indicated in class, contents that will be published in Announcements and Materials. The exam consists of TWO written tests. A theoretical one with 20 development questions (50% of the overall grade). This note of the theoretical section is added to the practical part when it is equal to or greater than 5 points out of 10. On the other hand, the realization of a practical content exam (50% of the final grade), based on the practices developed during the course. Duration of both tests 3 hours. Partial grades are not retained in the NON-PRESENTIAL mode for subsequent calls. All the material of the subject is published in the Materials Folder and in the Announcements Folder. The basic and complementary bibliography is indicated on the web. It is advisable to read the Ad Folder weekly.
The theoretical part of the subject consists (50% of the global mark) will be evaluated by means of an exam with 20 development questions that will be done at the end of the semester. The subject matter of the exam will include the syllabus of the subject, the explanations of the subject in class, the basic bibliography, as well as the manuals and annexes indicated in the Announcements and Materials folders.
Practices not seen and not defended by the student in the viewing session will be penalized with 50% of the qualification in said practice.
The qualification of the Practical part (50% of the overall grade) is based on the practices developed during the course and published in the Announcement Folder. Students under the modality of Face-to-face evaluation, their evaluation will consist of the weighted average of the practices carried out. Students under the Non-Face modality will take a written test based on the practices proposed in the subject.
The final exam of the Theoretical part will consist of 20 development questions. Each answer answered correctly has a value of 0.5 points. In the case of partially answering the question, its assessment will be proportional to the degree of response answered.
The relevance of the response, order, legibility and spelling mistakes are assessed.
The Practical exam consists of a written test with 4 development questions with a value of 2.5 points for each question answered correctly. In the case of partially answering the question, its assessment will be proportional to the degree of response answered.
The relevance of the response, order of the contents and the readability of the responses are assessed. Spelling mistakes are penalized with 0’1 points out of 10 for each offense committed, up to a maximum of 2 points.
In the practical work, the failure to comply with the requirements indicated for each practice, the absence on the viewing date of the practice, as well as the delivery over time, recording defects, assembly, etc. will be penalized. In each practice the requirements and correction criteria will be indicated.
In order to take the exams, students must carry a blue or black pen, concealer, pencil, etc. and in no case will it be allowed to exchange objects during the realization of these.
During the exams, it is not allowed to wear watches, mobile phones, headphones or any other electronic system. Any electronic object must remain off and out of reach of users.
Students with accredited functional diversity, who need help elements or systems (chairs, tables, etc.) must notify the Professor well in advance to carry out the tests.
Students must prove their identity by displaying their ID, passport, driver's license, university card or any official document valid for this purpose in the classroom and in the tests of evaluation of the subject in the exams.
At the tables for the realization of the tests the students should only have the pens, proofreader and ID. Any other personal item must remain stored and out of the student's reach.
Students who are not properly identified cannot access the classrooms.