In accordance with the regulations for evaluation, students can opt for continuous assessment of the subject or the completion of a final test to evaluate 100% of the competencies.
The student who opts for continuous assessment will perform:
Two partial exams of written form that will each consist of a theoretical part with two questions (2 points) and a test of 15 questions (1.5 points), in addition to a practical / seminars (related to the practices and seminars that are carried out as throughout the semester) with questions (1.5). The sum of both partials will represent 100% of the final grade.
To overcome the first partial (eliminatory) it will be necessary to obtain a minimum of 2.5 in the total score, saving that the two parties must be overcome at 50%. If after the first partial is suspended the second, the next call (September or December) will go with the totality of the subject.
It will be understood that continuous evaluation has been chosen with the presentation to the first partial examination.
The student who chooses the final test to evaluate 100% of the subject will do:
An examination of theoretical content consisting of four questions of medium length with a score of 4 and a test of 30 questions with a score of 3. In addition to a practical exam that will be composed of practical questions / seminars (relating to the practices and seminars that are carried out throughout the course) and that will compute 30% of the final grade.
To pass the subject it will be necessary to obtain a minimum of 5, of which one point must be the practical part.
In the September and December exams, the exam will be the final test option indicated in the previous point.