A.- Continuous evaluation. To access the continuous evaluation, the student must meet the following requirements: to. Show your decision in writing to be evaluated by this system at the beginning of the course. b. Regularly attend at least 80% of classes, and c. Perform in a timely manner, all responsible practices. Ongoing evaluation consists of two types of non-practical alternatives: 1. Tasks and practical exercises to be held at the end of each topic or subject block, and 2. Performance of practical tests that will arise over the agenda. The maximum score for this system is 15% of the final mark, which will add to the exam as long as this is equal to or greater than 4 (scoring the final exam 0-10) B. Evaluation by Review.The student will undertake a review quer will consist of a theoretical part, of one or two essay questions, normally associated with the first units, and a second block eminently practical. The practical part will be a minimum of 30% and a maximum of 70%. The theoretical part will be the rest. The percentage breakdown of the final grade will be established in each call. Attending conferences and activities undertaken related to the subject will be taken into account. The approximate duration will be 120 minutes.