The subject matter of the exam will be the five didactic units that make up the content of the academic course. The student may choose one of the two evaluation systems:
a) Continuous evaluation: the student will make two partial exams in written form that will consist of a theoretical part of 15 questions (four points) and a practical part related to the practices and seminars that take place during the semester ( a point). The sum of both partials will represent 100% of the final grade.
To overcome the first partial, eliminatory, it will be necessary to obtain a minimum of 2.5 in the final grade, saving that the two parts must be overcome at 50%. If once the first part is over, the second part is suspended, in the next call (September or December) it will go with the whole subject.
It will be understood that the continuous evaluation has been chosen with the presentation to the first partial.
b) Final evaluation: the student who chooses the final test to evaluate 100% of the subject will take a test-type questionnaire of 30 questions (seven and a half points) and a practical part, related to the practices and seminars held throughout the course, and that will have a value of two and a half points of the total score.
To pass the subject it will be necessary to obtain at least five points, of which one point must be from the practical part.
In the September and December exams, the exam will be that of the final evaluation option indicated in the previous point.