The evaluation of matter is divided into two parts: theory and practice. The final qualification will be obtained from the sum of the theory qualification (60%) and the practical qualification (40%). The final qualification will only be calculated if at least 5 has been obtained in both parts. In the case of approving only one of the parties, the score will be saved for the September and December calls.
THEORETICAL MODULE. The theory exam is composed of 10 short wrinting questions.
PRACTICAL MODULE. The practical module is evaluated in two ways: TYPE A - Continuous evaluation: completion of the programmed practices of the subject, and delivery of the individual report of each practice. In total 10 practices are carried out, each approved practice is worth 1 point. It is necessary to reach 7 points to pass the continuous evaluation. If you get 6 points or less, you have to take the practice exam. TYPE B – Exam evaluation: conducting a practical exam, with 6 questions on practical application of the theory topics.
THEORETICAL MODULE. The questions will have a very concret asnwer. The exam will have questions about all themes of the subject.
PRACTICAL MODULE The questions require the practical application of the theoretical contents, through the description of examples or analysis of practical cases.
THEORETICAL MODULE. To evaluate the theoretical part it will be compared the answer for each question with the theory obtained by class, material of the subject and basic bibliography.
PRACTICAL MODULE. The correction of the practical exam will be based on the ideoneity and adjustment of the answers offered in the examples and analysis of practical cases, based on the understanding of the theoretical contents.