Examination will be worth of 10 points, with two different parts:
· Theory: Half an hour. In this part non-programmable calculator is allowed. It will be possible the use of drawing materials. It will consist of several questions: theoretical, theoretical-practical or one-choice. (40% of the exam, 4 points).
· Problems: Two hours. In this part of the exam programmable calculator and a sheet, consisting of a single A4 page fill with the content the student thinks necessary. It will consist of 2 or 3 problems with several subsections. (60% of the exam, 6 points) There will be a break between parts.
To carry out the average between the two parts of the exam, it will be required to obtain at least 30% of each part (1.2 points and 1.8 points (theory/problems) of total 10).
To average the continuous evaluation mark is necessary to obtain at least 4 points over 10 in the exam, being the final mark: Final mark= Exam mark x 0.7 + Continuous evaluation mark x 0.3
The continuous evaluation mark includes: Practice works evaluation, Practice test and punctuation for seminary attendance.
In case the student prefers to be evaluated only by the final test without continuous evaluation mark, he could communicate the proffessor before the exam. The final mark of the subject will be in that case the final test mark.
Both evaluation methods (exam+practices or only exam) require a final mark of 5 points in order to pass the final evaluation. To keep the practice mark between different years, it is needed to have been matriculated the year before, and in case the student have done any previous test, his mark must have been superior to the minimum in each part.
They will be indicated in the exam’s call, if needed.