8. Evaluation criteria and Grading System
Evaluation System 
Continuous assessment 
Noncontinuous evaluation * 
Description 
Progress Tests 
80.00% 
0.00% 
Each midterm exam (one per term) is divided in five exams distributed along the semester. These periodic exams will consist of a theoretical part (contents exposed in the master classes) and a practical part (resolution of exercises). The evaluation of the student's knowledge through these exams is automatically equivalent to the ordinary call or final test(and substitutes it). 
Final test 
0.00% 
80.00% 
The final test is an alternative to midterm exams 
Laboratory sessions 
20.00% 
20.00% 
Except for official cause and duly justified by the student, their completion is mandatory, and the student must succeed in this part in order to succeed in the subject. The student must carry out at least one Mechanics and one Electromagnetism experience, write the respective reports and, later, publicly expose or defend the conclusions of above works. 
Total: 
100.00% 
100.00% 

According to art. 4 of the UCLM Student Evaluation Regulations, it must be provided to students who cannot regularly attend facetoface training activities the passing of the subject, having the right (art. 12.2) to be globally graded, in 2 annual calls per subject , an ordinary and an extraordinary one (evaluating 100% of the competences).
Evaluation criteria for the final exam:

Continuous assessment:
The subject consists of two semesters, Mechanics and Electromagnetism, and a experimental part (laboratory).
Each semester includes practical and theoretical controls, being your grade the weighted average of these exercises, as the teacher will detail in class. Subsequently, the overall grade will be the average of each semester, provided that in both parts grades equal to or greater than four have been obtained. These semesters (80% of the subject) will be considered approved globally when the average grade is equal to or greater than five. Only then, the grade of the laboratory part (20% of the subject) will be taken into account to calculate the complete and definitive grade of the subject.

Noncontinuous evaluation:
For students who do not wish to take the progress tests, a final exam is proposed, consisting of two blocks (related to the semesters of the course), each of them with theoretical questions and two practical exercises. As in the continuous evaluation, the final grade of the exam will be the average of each block, provided that in both parts grades equal to or greater than four have been obtained. The subject will be considered approved when the final grade is equal to or greater than five. If this final grade is greater than or equal to five, the subject will be considered passed by 80% and only then the grade of laboratory part is added (remaining 20%). If the student has not previously carried out that experimental part (only for officially justified cause), he must then take a theoreticalpractical laboratory exam. Once this laboratory test has been passed, your grade would correspond to the remaining 20%.
Specifications for the resit/retake exam:
The extraordinary exam (call) will be of the same type as the final exam of the ordinary call (Mechanics and Electromagnetism, with theoretical and practical issues). Students who have not passed the ordinary call must additionally take this final exam (extraordinary call), which is divided into two parts corresponding to the respective semesters. In this written test, the student must answer the theoretical and practical questions of the failed semester or semesters (with grades less than four), and optionally, keep the notes of those parts with grades equal to or greater than the four obtained in the ordinary call.
The rest of the evaluation criteria are identical to those of the ordinary call.
Specifications for the second resit / retake exam:
The design of the written test and its evaluation criteria are the same as in the ordinary call (noncontinuous option).