OPTION A (attendance to theoretical and practical classes):
- Theoretical component exam (60%): The students will be assessed through a test with 30-40 multiple choice questions and 2 essay questions in which students must master the theoretical concepts and be able to relate them to practical cases. Any questions concerning the seminars taught by teachers of the subject will be included.
- Practical component exam (15%): The students will be assessed by two open and practical questions which will be completed the same day as the theoretical component exam.
- Continuous evaluation of the practical component (15%): Through theoretical and practical, individual and group, activities to be undertaken along the course. Some activities will be carried out using the subject blog.
- Continuous evaluation of seminars (10%): Participation in seminars will be assessed.
OPTION B (NO attendance to the theoretical and practical classes):
- Theoretical component exam (70%)
- Practical component exam (30%)
These two exams have the same characteristics as have been described in Option A.
The evaluation test will consist of two parts:
Theoretical component: 30-40 multiple-answer questions and 2 development questions, in which students must master the theoretical concepts and be able to relate them to the practical cases and seminars taught by the teachers.
Practical component: Two questions of an open and practical nature that will be completed on the same day as the exam of the theoretical component.
Criteria for correction: The multiple-choice questions of the theoretical component exam will have five answer choices with one correct solution. Every four wrong answered questions, one correctly answered question is void (n-1). The score of the theoretical component exam will be distributed as follows: 7 points for multiple choice questions and 3 points for questions of development. For passing the subject it will be essential to obtain a score at or above 5 in each of the (theoretical and practical) components. In the case of Option A, the students must obtain at least 5 points in the theoretical component exam, and 5 points on average between the exam and continuous evaluation of the practical component. In the case of Option B, it will be necessary to obtain at least 5 points in both the practical and theoretical component exams. If the students pass only one of the components, this mark will be kept only from June to September.
To carry out the exam, students must come with an identification document (university card, ID card, passport), a pen, a number 2 pencil, and an eraser. All electronic devices (mobile phone, mp3 players, etc.) must be disconnected from the entrance to the classroom, until the end of the exam.