The test will comprise two sections: Realization of a written theory test value 50% of the final mark. The exam will consist of 25 multiple choice questions with four possible answers and only one correct one. Each question will have a value of 0.4 points and will be subtracted -0.2 points each incorrect answer (over 10 points). It is required to overcome the theoretical section (4) to add the rest of the ratings. An average grade of 5 is required to pass the subject.
-Perform and deliver within the practices established during the course. Value 50%. Of that 50%, 25% corresponds to a cross-practice note.
The semi-face and calls extraordinary students, conducted a theoretical and practical test on the written exam which will account for 100% of the qualification. This test will have two parts. The first will consist of 25 multiple choice questions with four possible answers and only one will be correct. Each question will have a value of 0.2 points and will be subtracted -0.1 points for each incorrect answer (50% of the final grade). The second part will consist of 4 theoretical-practical development questions with a value of 1.25 points each (50% of the final grade) A minimum grade of 5 is required to pass the course.
To attend continuous assessment is necessary attendance to class (80%)
The subject of the exam for the two modalities (modality of continuous assessment and modality of non-contact evaluation and extraordinary calls) is integrated by the syllabus of the subject, the explanations of the teacher in class, the manual of the subject, the bibliography and the annexes that are indicated in class and in the MATERIALS Folder. For the theoretical evaluation it will be necessary to demonstrate by the student the mastery of the theoretical contents taught and seen in class, through the passing of the theoretical exam. For the practical evaluation, the correction criteria of the practical exam will be the correct and correct handling of the methods and work modalities seen during the course in the practical sessions, whose requirements and definitions are indicated in the bases of the practical exercises and in the theoretical units of the subject syllabus.
The face-to-face evaluation requires assistance to 80% of the classes, the presentation in time and form of the practices and the defense in the classroom of each one of the practical works.