Theoretical module (60% of the final mark):
The theoretical module of the subject will be evaluated by a multiple-choice test of 30 questions with three answer alternatives (80% of the theoretical mark) and two short developmental questions (20% of the theoretical mark). The formula to apply for the correction of the multiple-choice exam will be: Note = [(hits - errors/(k - 1))/n)] x 10, where k is the number of alternatives and n is the total number of questions in the exam.
Practical module (40% of the final mark):
Option 1. The practical module of the subject will be assessed from the delivery of practical exercises carried out in the classroom (15%) and from a final report elaborated in group (25%). The exercises proposed in the classroom can only be presented by the students attending the corresponding session. The delivery of 70% of the exercises is required to take part in this assessment modality.
Option 2. Presentation of a final report (40%).
It is necessary to obtain at least 5 points in both modules (theoretical and practical) to pass the subject.