The final grade of the student is based on the score achieved in the written assessment test, which corresponds to the final assessment test referred to in article 2.4 of the UMH Student Evaluation Regulations.
The results obtained by the student in practices and seminars allow, on the one hand, to raise the exam grade, and on the other hand, reduce the minimum grade that you need to obtain in the final assessment test to pass the subject, without this being ever lower to 4.
Specifically, the mark obtained in practices and seminars will be multiplied by 0.1 to raise the exam grade, and by 0.05 to reduce the minimum grade that the student needs in the final exam.
The evaluation test will be written. It will consist of about 6 exercises and will last approximately 3 hours.
The value of each exercise will be included in the exam.
If the solution obtained by the student does not make physical sense, the maximum grade that can be obtained in the exercise will be 4/10.
Misspellings may subtract points from the note.
The use of reference material will not be allowed.
The mobile phone or any device that allows information storage or communication with the outside cannot be used.
You cannot leave the classroom without passing the exam.