Two types of evaluation are established:
a) Continuous Evaluation.
All students who regularly attend both theoretical and practical classes can take advantage of it.
- Practical work (50% of the grade): during the course there will be 3 compulsory presentation practices: interview, report and magazine.
- Written exam (40%): questions on the contents of the subject, developed in the theoretical and practical classes, and on radio news topics.
10% of the qualification is reserved for active participation in classes, seminars, tutorials, etc.
b) Final evaluation.
Aimed at those students who do not regularly attend both the theoretical classes and the practices or who opt for it at the beginning of the semester, something they must communicate through the e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org in the first weeks of the course.
- Written exam (50%): it will include both test questions and short and development questions about theoretical contents or practical applications of them.
- Practical exercise (50%): the student will have to deliver the recording of a magazine that he has made and in which he has included an interview and a report, as well as adding a section with an expert-collaborator and an innovative section.
To establish the average between practices and written exam, it is essential to approve both. In the case of not passing one of the parts of the subject (written or practical exam), the note of the one that has been approved will be saved, but only for the September session.
In the multiple choice questions, every two errors is subtracted a correct answer. In the exam mode that combines multiple-choice questions with short and development questions, it will be necessary to obtain 50% of the maximum score established for this last section in order to add it to the one obtained in the test questions.
The face-to-face evaluation requires attendance at 80% of the theoretical and practical classes and the presentation in time and form of the compulsory practical exercises.