The theoretical subject will be assessed by a final examination of objective written tests. A multiple-choice exam will be taken (80% of the subject).
The practical part will be evaluated with the attendance and the active participation in the practices of the subject (20% of the subject).
The evaluation test of the practical part will consist of a multiple-choice test with 60 questions and 4 answer possibilities.
The evaluation of the practical part will be through a record of attendance and the notes that the different teachers make regarding the behavior of the students in the practical sessions.
The evaluation tests in the September call will have the same characteristics.
A maximum of 1 honorary matriculation grade may be awarded, and the requirements for this are the maximum grade among all the students enrolled in the subject of the master's degree, and that this is higher than 9 grade points on average.
The following formula shall be used for the correction of the multiple-choice test: Hits - (Errors/4) / No. of questions x 10. where 4 incorrect answer will subtract a correct answer. This exam will suppose an 80% of the grade of the subject.
The following formula will be used to calculate the grade of the practical part: (attendance + behaviour) X100/ 32. This grade will represent 20% of the final grade of the subject.
The attendance to the different modules of the subject is obligatory. A maximum of 20% of the total hours of the course, i.e. a maximum of 12 hours, is allowed to be absent on a justified basis. If the maximum absence is exceeded, the student body will be automatically suspended.
Those students who had studied prior to the master, some identical formation to the one offered here, would be exempt from attending the classes, although they will have to make the examination of the subject and thus demonstrate that they have this knowledge.