A) Theory: theoretical knowledge will be evaluated through an exam in the call of the subject and represents 60% of the final mark. In this part, it will be necessary to obtain at least a grade equivalent to 5/10 to pass the subject.
B) Practices: the documentation practices will be evaluated through a test conducted in the last session scheduled for each group and represents 30% of the final mark. In this part it will be necessary to obtain at least a mark equivalent to 5/10 to pass the subject. Attendance at practical classes is compulsory and will be controlled.
C) Seminars: they are the practices with all the groups and represent 10% of the final mark of the subject.
A) Theory: the exam consists of an objective test of 40 multiple-choice questions (60% of the mark) and a short answer test (40% of the mark). In the test, for every 4 incorrect answers a correct one will be subtracted. In the short answer test, one of the two options proposed is chosen.
B) Practices: the exam consists of solving an informative need proposed, using the informative resources learned throughout the practical classes.
C) Seminars: they will be evaluated through their attendance, participation and the completion of the proposed exercises.