The student can benefit from two evaluation systems: A) CONTINUOUS EVALUATION and B) UNIQUE EVALUATION. At the beginning of the course the student must decide between both evaluation systems.
A) CONTINUOUS EVALUATION. It will be done by adding different items until reaching 10 points.
1. THEORETICAL CONTENT EXAMS - 6 POINTS.
2. PRACTICAL WORK - 3.5 points divided into 2 items:
• 2.1. 3 points. Individual work awarded for a raffle on an internship topic (P31 to P37).
• 2.2. 0.5 points Exhibition of the works.
3. DELIVERY OF TASKS AND ASSISTANCE. 0.5 points
In the Continuous Evaluation system those who do not approve in a call may keep all the notes of parts 1, 2.1., 2.2. and 3. for the following calls (always maintaining the best grade obtained) and may deliver, if they had not done so during the course, activity 2.1. the day of the official examination of the next call.
B) UNIQUE EVALUATION. Only the FINAL EXAM, in the official call, will be carried out but valued on 10 points.
Note 1: All the notes are maximum values ¿¿that can be obtained in each section.
Note 2: The repeaters may request the recognition of all the work done in other courses and the grade will be proportional to the weight of each section in the final grade.
A) CONTINUOUS EVALUATION.
Exam of theoretical contents (60%):
A test type will be carried out for each subject specified in the teaching guide (60%). It is essential to obtain a minimum of 4 points out of 10 in each test, to average the rest of the subjects. In case of not obtaining said score, or the failure to perform an exam, a date will be proposed for recoveries. And in case of not passing it the exam will be carried out on the day of the official date and will be the same as in the single evaluation.
B) UNIQUE ASSESSMENT.
Exam to be taken on the day of the official date composed of 40 multiple-choice questions on the topics of THEORY (T11, T12, T21, T22, T23, T31, T32, T33, T34, T35).
Maximum test duration 60 minutes.