The evaluation of the subject will be made by:
1) a written objective test which means 60 % of the note and it includes a theoretical part, which values the concepts learned in theory classes, and a practical part, which evaluates the knowledge acquired in the laboratory classes and field trips. The contribution of each party to the final grade is: 60% and 40% practical theory. For a better assessment of the written test, this will be divided into two parts that will be assessed separately. Towards the middle of the semester and to assess the first part, there will be an exam type test that will include 20 questions, 14 on the theoretical part and the practical part: 6. Each question will consist of 4 possible answers where the student must select one. The real questions will add 0.5 and the false ones subtract 0.125. The maximum value that can be achieved in this test will be of 10. If the student got a 5, as a minimum, it would eliminate matter. If the note is less than 5 would go directly to the final exam where consideration of the two parts of the written test. The second part of the written test, also with a test test with the same number of questions and possible answers and with the same characteristics in terms of the sum of the correct answers and the wrong subtraction will be evaluated at the end of the semester. The maximum value that can be achieved in this test will also be 10 and be approved with a 5. The review of this second part only may submit the student who removed the subject of the first part. The final note of the written test will be the average of the two tests. The student who has not passed the first part, will be the final test consisting of 40 questions, 24 of theory and practices 16. Each real question will add 0.25 and every false subtracted 0,0625. The maximum value that can be achieved in this test will also be 10. If the student got a 5, as a minimum, would approve the test escrita.
2) assessment of a practice test, which account for 20% of the note, which the student will deliver at the end of the practical part which value the work carried out in the laboratory and in the field trips, the results obtained and the interpretation of the mismos.
3) continuous and individualized evaluation of students by solving issues or activities in classes theoretical and practical, that is 15% of the note. Students will solve the issues and/or activities at home and in class; and there will be activities individual and group.
4) participation in clase and in activities of the subject which represents 5% of the note