The subject of Clinical Pharmacy will be evaluated using the following procedure: 1.- Theoretical Part 70% of the final grade of the subject will be provided by the mark in the theoretical part. The evaluation of this theoretical part will consist of a theoretical exam that may consist of multiple choice questions, short questions or development questions, in varying proportions. If there are test questions, every wrong answer will subtract 1/3 of the value of a correct answer on the total mark. 2.- Practical part 24% of the final grade for the course will be provided by the practice exam mark, to be held at the end of each block of practice. Additionally, in the final exams of the course (either in June, September or December) will have a practical exam for those who did not pass the exam in any of the previous calls of that academic year or for those who want to increase the obtained mark. The practical examination will also consist of multiple choice questions with five alternatives and short questions, with a variable percentage between them. 6% of the final grade for the course will be provided by attendance at practice. The practice exam mark are only saved for one academic year. The attendance are saved for one academic year provided the practical exam has been passed. 3.- HOW TO APPROVE THE SUBJECT To pass the subject, the student must meet each and every one of the following requirements: - The student must pass the theory exam (bullet 1). - The student must pass the practical part (bullet 2). - The resulting mark (theory mark X 0.70) + (practical mark X 0.24) + (practical assistance X 0.6) must be equal to or greater than 5. If any of the above requirements are not met, the subject will be considered suspended.