The evaluation will consist of: 1- Written test (60% of the grade). There will be a final exam where theoretical concepts and resolution of assumptions of the whole subject will be evaluated. This exam will be evaluated from 0 to 10. It will be necessary to obtain a 5 in the exam to be able to pass the subject. The exam will consist of 20 test questions (5 points) and 5 short questions with some sub-question (5 points), it is necessary to obtain a minimum of 2.5 in each of the parts. 2- Assistance and evaluation of practical classes (15%). The work done in the classes will be valued as well as the realization of a practice report in which the practices carried out and the results obtained will be described. Those students who have not attended the practices or have not done them satisfactorily, will have to do an internship exam on the same dates as the final exam. They must pass this exam to pass the subject. Students with more than one absence must complete the placement exam at the end of the course. 3- Assistance, preparation and public exhibition of seminars (10%). All students will have to hold a seminar. 4- Realization and correct presentation of a herbarium (15%). It is essential both the realization of the seminar and the correct presentation of the herbarium to pass the subject. For all the above, all students to pass the course must pass the theory exam (get a 5 on the exam), attend the practical classes, present their internship report, make the seminar and the herbarium in the appropriate way It has been explained in class. If the herbarium or seminar are not correct, they must be presented again. Students who do not attend practical classes must take an exam of practices that they will have to pass. This will be done on the same day as the theory exam. Halfway through the course a partial exam of the subject will be done, which will be eliminatory as long as the student reaches the grade of 5, with 10 being the maximum grade. Students who have eliminated the first partial must obtain a minimum of 5 in the second partial that will take place on the day of the final exam, it will be average between the two exams. The student who does not pass this second partial must examine the whole subject again. All the theory exams that are carried out throughout the course will be constituted by short questions and equal type test questions. The practical exam will consist of 10 short questions. All students must keep their herbarium, internship book and seminar until they have passed the subject, so once evaluated by the teacher students must pick them up and guard them.
The exam (written test) consits of 20 multiple choice questions (with 4 possible answers per question and just one correct answer; each wrong answer rest 0.0625 from a correct one;) being 5 points the maximun grade of this part and 5 short questions (schemes, definitions) which will be graded up to 1 point each. Each exam will include questions about theory and practices.