A) Written exam: At the end of the subject, a test will be carried out that will include both practical and theoretical elements and will be evaluated on 10 points and B) Continuous assessment: Throughout the time of assigning the subject, at least, two evaluable level tests of 10 points. These tests will consist in the accomplishment of the works, test, reports or written comments on the treated problems that the professor considers opportune to pose.
1st) Primary criterion: In order to pass the subject, it will be necessary to obtain at least 6 points in the final exam.
2nd) Support element: If the student obtains in the final exam between 4 and 6 points, the note obtained in the continuous assessment will be taken into account, provided that it is equal to or greater than 6 points. The note of the continuous evaluation will be the average of those obtained in the respective level tests.
If the evaluation criterion has been the first, the primary criterion, the final grade will be the most favorable for the student, between the mark of the exam or, the average between the one and the one of the continuous evaluation. If the evaluation criterion has been the second, use of the support element, the final grade will be the average of those obtained in the final exam and in the level tests. In this case the final grade will be no more than 7 points.