Subject Subject of Examination Agenda published on the subject's web. Modality It will consist on 2 parts: 1. Continuous evaluation. On the second day after teaching, each student will complete four self-assessment tests. The results will be commented in group in class. 2. Final examination. It will consist of 2 parts: 2.1. Practical assumption. 2.2. Test. It is not compulsory for the student who has carried out continuous assessment. The student who presents himself / herself and has performed the continuous evaluation implies that he / she waives the obtained qualification and accepts the qualification of the final test. Correction Criteria It will consist of 2 parts: 1. Continuous evaluation. The maximum score is 2 points. Each self-assessment test will consist of a series of questions with four options, where three wrong answers will subtract one correct. Only one option will be valid. The tests will be considered approved or suspended at the time of their weighting in the final qualification, regardless of the qualification. The results discussed in class in class may lower the grade. 2. Final examination. It will consist of two parts: 2.1. Assumption. The maximum score is 8 points and will depend on the degree of completion of the course, the number of errors made and the importance of those errors. 2.2. Test. The maximum score is 2 points. There will be 10 test questions with four options, where three wrong answers will subtract one correct. Only one option will be valid. To pass the subject and add the grade of the continuous evaluation or the final test is necessary to obtain a score of 4 points in the case of the final exam, valued from 0 to 10 points. Students who have made the continuous evaluation or the final test will be saved the note for subsequent calls. Additional requirements: Pen, PGC chart of accounts and calculator.