There are two evaluation systems: A) Continuous evaluation system and B) Evaluation system through final exam.
The inclusion between one system and another will depend on the frequency of the student's class attendance. Specifically, to be able to access the continuous assessment, it will be necessary to attend, at least, 80% of the classes taught in the subject. Who does not reach that percentage of attendance, will be included automatically in the final exam procedure. In the December session, the exam will adopt mode B) final exam, in any case. Procedure of each system:
A) Continuous evaluation system a) The students will make an objective test at the end of the course in which they will answer 10 brief, concrete and concise questions about the syllabus of the subject and a practical assumption to choose between three proposed. The written exam grade will be the average of the score obtained in the theoretical part and in practice. To pass the test it will be necessary to reach, at least 5 points in each part (theoretical and practical). The mark obtained in this objective test will represent 75% of the final grade. b) Likewise, the participation in the activities of the subject proposed by the teacher (practical cases, seminars, individual works ...) will be valued as well as the participation and interest shown by the student during the development of the classes. Each student will have to deliver, in the indicated terms, the practical cases, as well as the activities that, in his case, the teacher is going to propose. This section of continuous evaluation, will represent 25% of the final grade. The final grade will be the result of the sum of the grade obtained in the written exam and the score obtained by each student (continuous assessment) by the practical assumptions activities and attitudes previously related during the course.
B) Assessment system through a final exam In this system, only the final written exam of the subject will be taken into account, which will have two parts: a theoretical part with 10 brief, concrete and concise questions about the subject syllabus with a maximum score of 10 points. Another practice, on two practical cases related to the syllabus of the subject, with a maximum score of 10 points. The final grade will be the average of the grade obtained in the theoretical part and in the practice of the written exam. To pass the subject it will be necessary to reach, at least 5 points in each part (theoretical and practical).