The subject is evaluated in three blocks:
Theoretical Test (compulsory): 25 Multiple choice questions (4 points) and 5 essay questions (1 subject question and 4 short questions) (6 points).
Classroom practices and computer practices (compulsory): Classroom practices are evaluated by oral expositions and writting pharmacological clinical cases, and computer practices through a written test (10 short questions). The final score of this block is the average of both parts.
Seminars (optional): resolution of test questions in each session.
Calculation of the final score:
Option A: students who wish to participate in the seminars. Your final score will be calculated according to the following criteria: Final score= 60% theoretical exam score + 20% practical and computer practices + 20% seminars.
Option B: students who do not participate in the seminars. Your final grade will be calculated according to the following criteria: Final score= 65% theoretical exam score + 35% of classroom and computer practices.
Independently of the chosen option, to pass the subject it will be necessary that the qualification of the Theoretical Test is equal or superior to 5 out of 10 and that the practices (classroom + computer) are approved.
In the final test type examen, 1 correct answer will be deducted for every 4 incorrect answers.