The final grade of the subject will consist of the sum of the grades obtained in the continuous assessment and the final exam. A. The continuous evaluation consists of two types of non-alternative practices. To access the continuous assessment, the student must meet the following requirements: a. Show your explicit intention to be evaluated by this system at the beginning of the course b. Elaborate 100% of the practical tasks in groups that will be carried out at the end of the following blocks of topics. These tasks will be delivered two weeks after the completion of the corresponding block. Each task will score a maximum of 0.5 points (scoring a maximum of 1 point for the two tasks). As a general criterion the groups will be formed by three students, allowing other sizes for duly justified causes. b.1. Practical Task 1. Topic 1.1. b.2. Practical Task 2. Topic 2.1 to 3.1. c. Elaborate the two practical tests that will be carried out at the end of the following blocks of Themes. These practical tests will be held on school Monday (12.30 to 13 h) following the completion of the corresponding block. Each test will consist of five eminently practical questions, whose score will be 0.1 points each question (scoring a maximum of 1 point in the two tests). c.1. Practical test 1. Topic 1.1. c.2. Practical test 2. Topic 2.1. to 3.1. B. Evaluation by Final Exam. The subject to be evaluated consists of the 8 topics in the teaching guide and whose contents are available on the web of the subject The exam will consist of two parts, with a total score of 10 points: - Practice (8 points): Answer 8 questions related to a practical case - Theory (2 points): consists of two theoretical questions that will deal with questions related to the program of the subject - The exam will have a maximum score of 10 points, 1 point each question. - Duration of the exam: 2 hours. - The comments and the answers to the theory questions will be done in writing, by pen or similar, in black or blue ink. Table of accounts of the General Accounting Plan 2007.Calculator. The subject will be approved when the sum of the final exam and, where appropriate, the continuous assessment is equal to or greater than 5 points. The possible points that the students manage to add thanks to the success obtained with the realization of the continuous evaluation will be added to the grade of their final exam to obtain the final qualification of the subject, as long as the qualification obtained in the final exam is superior to 4 points (scoring the final exam from 0 to 10).