- Positive final assessment could not be achieved if a mark lower than 5
out of 10 is attained in any of the three methodologies to be evaluated
(i.e. ICT practicals, Laboratory practice and Mixed objective/subjective test).
- Minimum mark to successfully pass the subject is 5 out of 10, obtained as a weighted average of the three qualifications achieved.
- Related to the previous two items, in case of an average mark equal
or higher than 5 out of 10, but without achieving the minimum mark
required in any of the three assessed methodologies, the final mark will
appear as FAIL (4.0).
-"Not attended" assessment mark will be applied in case of the student's participation in the assessed activities account for less than 25% of the total score.
For the second assessment opportunity:
- Any part failed on the first one must be repeated. To bear in mind: Due to the limited time between assesments, the first two parts will be concentrated in a few days, before the Mixed O/S test. Their
specific schedule depends on the number of students who
have to attend this opportunity, and will be published at the end of the
- Marks from the first opportunity with a minimum of 5 out of 10 can be maintained.
- No mark will be retained for subsequent courses, i.e. the teaching-learning process
including assessment, will start over, which means that the students must
complete all scheduled activities for the new course.
- Students assessed in the retake can only obtain an Honors mark if all
the Honors available have not been allocated after the first
any assessment opportunity:
- The part-time students do not have a different treatment from those of normal enrollment. In the specific case of students with exemption from attendance the mixed test may be carried out online, but for the laboratory practices (see section 6, "Personalized attention") this is not feasible. Given that guessing in advance the reasons underlying the unattendance is not possible, the teacher will study each case in order to adapt the assessment of said part.