Final evaluation. The final evaluation will be carried out on the date officially established for this purpose and will consist of:
- In a test of type test (whose weight in the grade of the subject is 50%) in which the level of both theoretical and practical knowledge acquired will be measured. It is required that the student obtain a minimum of 5 points (out of 10) in the test to consider the qualification of the assessment of practical skills.
- Evaluation of the acquisition of practical skills (whose weight in the subject grade is 50%) through the application of the theory to a case study. It is required that the student obtain a minimum of 5 points (out of 10) in the evaluation of practical skills to consider the test score.
CONTINUOUS Evaluation: The student will be able to pass the subject through a continuous evaluation process. This will consist of two tests similar to the final exam but whose contents will correspond to the theoretical and practical contents of the teaching units 1, 2 and 3 for the first test and 4, 5 and 6 for the second test. Both will cost, in turn, two parts. A part of theoretical-practical questions type test (50%) and a case of practical application (50%), as in the case of the final evaluation. The exact date, time and place of the tests will be published well in advance, in accordance with the student evaluation regulations. Likewise, in all the tests, it is required that the student obtain a minimum of 5 points (out of 10) in the test of type test so that the qualification of the practical cases is considered.
If a student does not get a minimum of 5 points (out of 10) on the first continuous assessment test, they cannot take the second test. It will go directly to the FINAL evaluation. The grade obtained by the student who has passed the first continuous assessment test will be considered together with the one obtained in the second test to calculate the grade of the subject as the average of the scores of both tests, provided that he obtains a minimum of 5 points ( over 10) in the second test continuous assessment. Within the process of continuous evaluation and included in the internship section, the active participation of the student in various programmed activities related to the contents and learning objectives of the subject and the acquisition of transversal competences may also be qualified.