• General

    Renewable and Alternative Energies (2014)

    • Assessment

      Assessment

        

       

          Assessment criteria    

       

        

      ASSESSMENT METHODS AND CRITERIA "RENEWABLE AND ALTERNATIVE ENERGIES"

        

      Description

      Type

      Final assessment

      Retake option

      %

      Laboratory report

      Activity

      No

      Yes

      10%

      • Minimum mark: 0.00.

      • Duration:

      • Date: During the semester.

      • Retake conditions:

      • Comments: To pass the subject, the laboratory report must be submitted before the February exam or a laboratory exam must be taken in the February or September sitting.

      Classwork

      Activity

      No

      No

      10%

      • Minimum mark: 0.00.

      • Duration:

      • Date: During the semester.

      • Retake conditions: Can be reassessed in final exams (ordinary and extraordinary sittings).

      • Comments: Several exercises and tasks in the classroom as well as oral presentations.

      Midterm exam

      Written exam

      No

      Yes

      40%

      • Minimum mark: 3.00.

      • Duration: 3 hours.

      • Date: Halfway through the semester.

      • Retake conditions: To take an exam covering the same contents in the February or September sitting.

      Midterm exam

      Written exam

      Yes

      Yes

      40%

      • Minimum mark: 3.00.

      • Duration: 3 hours.

      • Date: February sitting.

      • Retake conditions: To take an exam covering the same contents in the September sitting.

        TOTAL

      100%

      COMMENTS:

      • To pass the subject through continuous assessment, it is necessary to:

        • Submit the laboratory report.

        • Attend 80% of class activities.

        • Obtain higher than 30% of the maximum mark in the midterm exams.

        • Obtain a final average mark which is at least 50% of the maximum mark.

      COMMENTS for part-time students:

      • Part-time students must take an exam covering all the subject's contents in the February or September sitting.