o pass the subject, students will have to obtain at least 5 points out of 10. For this, the students can choose between two models or evaluation options, as described below:
Continuous evaluation (Modality A)
1.-Evaluation of theoretical and practical contents (70% of the final grade). This section will be quantified through the completion of two written tests (intermediate and final test) that will be carried out throughout the academic year.
• Thus, the first written test, or intermediate test, will take place approximately half of the time distribution of the subject. The exact date of the test and the content thereof, as indicated by the Regulations for the Evaluation of University Students, will be announced at least 20 days prior to its conclusion. In addition, the place and time will always correspond to those assigned to the subject by the direction of the Department of Health Psychology. The value of this intermediate test will be 30% of the final mark. Those students who pass this intermediate test with a mark equal to or higher than 6 points on a scale of 0 to 10 points, will have the right to eliminate this subject for the second written test. On the other hand, students who obtain a mark lower than that stipulated above will not have such right and will accumulate the content for the second written or final test.
• Final test. This test will be carried out on the day, time and place announced in the official calendar of examinations of the degree. The final value of the same will be 40% of the final grade of this section number 1 of the subject.
2.- Seminars and work
The work developed in the seminars and work of the subject, structured in working groups and coordinated with the practical and theoretical blocks, will have a value of 30% of the total score. This section will be evaluated continuously depending on the participation and the work carried out by the students throughout the academic year. The characteristics of the works and workshops will be explained in class and in certain cases, published on the web of the subject. The delivery of each of the works will be made according to the stipulations of the teacher in class.
The marks obtained in both sections will not be saved for subsequent academic courses.
In the September and December session, the student will have to be evaluated by option B, regardless of the academic year in which he / she is.
Final evaluation (Modality B):
Option for those students who do not attend regularly to class and / or consider that they wish to obtain a final mark of the subject using only a written exam (100% of the grade). This exam will cover all the contents of the subject.