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Grading /Criterios de Evaluación

Grado en economía 2018/19

Thursday 15 September 2016, by Carlos San Juan


Grading will be based on:

Final grade will be base in weighted average of the final exam and course grade:

• Final exam: 40% of the final grade

–> It consists of 60% of practical questions and 40% of theoretical ones.

• Quizzes (theoretical and practical) and Other Activities: 60% of the Final Grade

-> 20% Essays, mainly the final one EEI3;

-> 40% Quizzes (practical and theoretical)

Extra point 5 %: We will also give a bonus of 5% on the final grade for those who have a good participation in both theoretical and practical classes.

Students who choose not to follow the continuous evaluation

If you read carefully the grading information of the Facultad de Ciencias Sociales y Jurídicas you may notice that if op out the continuous evaluation in de "examen ordinario" (December or January) your grade in the exam should be 60% of the final COURSE grade (so you need a minimum of 8 over 10 to qualify). If you fail, you may retake your final exam in June But in the "examen extraordinario" (the retake exam of June) you just need 5 points over 10 to qualify.

- The special earlier exam date is usually in the last day of class in December. Please check Aula Global for your course exams exact dates. The early exam is only for exchange students by appointment or students of UC3M doing internships in other institutions, or under special authorization by the coordinator. If you choose this earlier exam there is no more options of retake exam.

Weights of the continuous evaluation

Problem sets 1-5 + excel assignment + summary: 10%

Quizzes: 70%

Project: 20%

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT GRADING

* If students are ill they can not get a good grade for your course? No, if you miss a quiz is no so dramatic you can recover in other quizzes or in emergency go for the global evaluation on December.

The previous courses we try to find out which illness certificates were fake resulting a disappointing mission. We found most of them were fake, including same dead certificates of relatives. As we do not have funding for privet investigations in each particular case we decide to preserve the equitative justice and do not admit any excuses to avoid collateral damages in the students that do not cheat.

If you fail in the continuous evaluation grade still you can go to a retake in the final exam of January (or June but not both).

* Can an European students go for the final evaluation/exam in aproximatly December, 10th.? Yes, just subscribe in the list of your TA when the dates approach an he ask for. Check Aula Global for the exact date, hour and room of examination

* Grading for students that op out the continuous evaluation (including students of UC3M doing internships in other institutions or in Erasmus exchange)

If you read carefully the grading information of the Facultad de Ciencias Sociales y Jurídicas you may notice that students who choose not to follow the continuous evaluation in de "examen ordinario" (December or January) your grade in the exam should be 60% of the final COURSE grade (so you need a minimum of 8 over 10 to qualify). If you fail, you may retake your final exam in June But in the "examen extraordinario" (the retake exam of June) nad them you just need 5 points over 10 to qualify.

- The special earlier exam date is usually in the last day of class in December. Please check Aula Global for your course exams exact dates of the early exam for exchange students by appointment (or students of UC3M doing internships in other institutions, or under special authorization by the coordinator). If you choose this earlier exam there is no more options of retake exam.

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For the official final exam dates see:

- convocatoria ordinaria: see Aula Global

- convocatoria extraordinaria: see Aula Global


Criterios de Evaluación

Grado de Economía

examen final de enero: 40% de la nota final del curso

– el examen final consistirá en preguntas tipo test 40% y ejercicios 60% del examen

Evaluación continua: 60% de la nota final del curso

Ponderación de la nota de evaluación continua:

– controles de teoría y de ejercicios 80%

– trabajo final (en grupos, máximo 4) 20%

– participación activa en clase (presentaciones, debates, preguntas, etc. ) bono de hasta un 5%

Consulte en Aula Global el calendario de entrega de ejercicios y trabajos con el profesor de su grupo reducido (prácticas)

Alumnos fuera del sistema de evaluación continua

Los alumnos de la UC3M que estén realizando un programa de intercambio académico (Erasmus, titulación simultánea con otra universidad, etc.) y por esta razón no pueden asistir a clase, y alumnos en 2a, 3a o 4a convocatoria, que ya han asistido a clase durante un cuatrimestre anterior, podrán pedir autorización previa a su profesor para entregar un trabajo final individual por valor del 20% de la nota final; el 80% restante será la nota del examen final.

Los alumnos de la UC3M que estén realizando la asignatura de prácticas en empresa con un horario que les impida seguir el sistema de evaluación continua pueden pedir autorización al coordinador de la asignatura para seguir el sistema de evaluación 80-20 que se explica en el párrafo anterior.

Las nuevas normas de calificación de exámenes aprobadas por el Consejo de Gobierno del 31 de mayo de 2011 afectan esencialmente a la forma de calificar el examen extraordinario que tendrá un valor del 100% de la nota final del curso en la convocatoria extraordinaria de Junio.


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