The students final mark will be determined by the mark obtained in each of the two parts, which each carry 50%
1) The first part will consist of an objective exam with 20 questions (with 4 alternative answers), and a practical exercise, which aims to measure the knowledge acquired on a theoretical-practical level: With this test students can obtain a maximum of 5 points for a total of 10.
a. Multiple choice test: 80% (4 marks; 1 mark subtracted for 3 incorrect answers. Unanswered questions are not penalized)
b. Practical exercise: 20% (1 mark)
2) The second part consists of designing, drafting and presenting a business model and business plan: maximum 5 marks out of 10.
To pass the subject, the student will have to pass both and the objective test of their knowledge (exam), the design, drafting and presentation of a business plan and model; with the sum of the marks obtained in both cases (50% of the final mark respectively). If anyone passes only one of the two parts, their corresponding mark will be taken into account until the next session, during the academic year.
In order to sit the objective test of knowledge (exam), the student will be required to have completed the design, drafting and presentation of a business plan and model, regardless of the mark obtained for it.
Also estimate the assistance and activities that the student develops (conferences, courses, competitions, web contributions, etc.), provided that there is justification for their assistance and/or execution. Maximum, applying this criterion may make an increase in the final score of 1 additional point. These complementary activities must receive prior approval from the teachers of the subject for its computation.