1) Final written test: 60%.
2) Practical work and practical work of a mandatory nature: 40%.
To pass the subject you must obtain a global grade equal to or greater than 5. It can not be exceeded if in any of the sections you get a grade lower than four points.
Final written test: represents 60% of the grade. There will be a final evaluation test on the theoretical contents of the subject. It will consist of an examination with objective questions; 1) 20 test questions with three response options. The score obtained represents 50% of the grade obtained in the final written test. There is a penalty for questions answered wrongly with a correction factor of 0.5. And, 2) 20 sentences to determine if they are true or false. Each phrase answered correctly has a value of 0.5 points, each phrase answered incorrectly has a value of -0.5 points, each sentence not answered has no value. The score obtained represents 50% of the grade obtained in the final written test.
Practical work and practical work of a mandatory nature. It consists of two parts; 1) Practical sessions (30%), and 2) Presential Activities in the Classroom (10%).
1. Exploration of the Lower Extremity. It represents 15% of the grade.
2. Neuro-muscular exploration of the Lower Extremity. It represents 10% of the grade.
3. Exploration of the Articular Range of the Lower Extremity. It represents 5% of the grade.
The practice 1 Clinical maneuvers and location of anatomical structures and 3 Exploration of the Articular Range of the Lower Extremity, will be evaluated at the end of the practice 3.
Presential Activities in the Classroom. They are divided into;
- Portfolio of Group Activities (5%). By groups, a portfolio will be delivered with all the knowledge assessment activities carried out in class in a group or individual way.
- Individual Activities:
o Activity 1: Recognition of relevant anatomical structures of the foot (1%). Once given the Topic 2.2: Inspection, Palpation and Evaluation of the Articular Range of Movement in the joints of the Foot.
o Activity 2: Presentation of concepts (1%). Interested students can present a concept related to the subject syllabus, which they will explain to their classmates.
o Activity 3: Measurement of footprints (1%). On a footprint different measurements will be made such as the Chippaux-Smirak index, the Staheli index, and the Clarke angle.
Final evaluation test: the final evaluation test consists of;
- 1) Evaluation of the theoretical content: consult the description in point 2. It represents 60% of the grade.
- 2) Evaluation of the practical content: for those who do not pass the evaluation of the practical content described in point 3. It will consist of 5 PRAC questions (open short answer questions) about the practical content of the subject. It represents 40% of the grade.