The Courts will be constituted by 3 members. The tutor of the TFG can not be part of the Qualifying Court of the same.
Each student will have a maximum time of 10 minutes to defend the work. Subsequently a time of approximately 5 minutes will be established where the members of the court will be able to ask questions, as well as other considerations that they deem appropriate.
At the end of the student's response time, the Court will deliberate, expressing its result in a report that will be delivered to the Vice Dean responsible for the degree, thus recording the qualification granted by the Qualifying Court.
-The Vice Dean responsible for the degree will be responsible for completing and signing the corresponding minutes, according to the report prepared by the Court of the TFG.
- The Tutor will evaluate the skills acquired, the quality of the work and the degree of involvement of the student in it.
- The court will evaluate the adequacy of the work done to the standards of scientific publications, taking into consideration the type of work carried out (60% of the court's note):
- Bibliographic review: 1. Introduction, 2. Material and methods, 3. Analysis of the review, 4. Reflection, 5. Conclusions and 6. Bibliography.
- Clinical case: 1. Introduction, 2 and 3. Description of the case according to the clinical history, 4. Reflection, 5. Conclusions and 6. Bibliography.
- Experimental work: 1. Introduction, 2. Material and methods, 3. Results, 4. Discussion, 5. Conclusions and 6. Bibliography.
-The sections 7. Communication skills (20% of the note the court) and, 8. Your ability to defend the work submitted (20% of the note the court) will be common to all types of work.
The sum of the score of the 8 sections will have a maximum score of 10 points.
- The final grade of the TFG will be made according to the following percentage as long as the qualification of the court is 5 or higher:
30% Qualification of the tutor (0-10).
70% Court rating (0-10).