The subject of Pharmaceutical Management and Planning will be evaluated using the following procedure: 1.- Theoretical 70% of the final grade of the subject will be provided by the mark in the theoretical part. The evaluation of the theoretical part will consist of a theoretical exam consisting of short answer questions and multiple choice questions with 5 alternatives questions. In the multiple choice question, every wrong answer will subtract 1/3 of the value of a correct answer on the total mark. 2.- Practical part 20% of the final grade of the subject will be provided by the practice exam mark and homeworks related to the practice lessons. The practical examination will also consist of multiple choice questions with five alternatives and short questions, with a variable percentage between them. 10% of the final grade of the subject will be provided by attendance at practice. The practice exam mark is only saved for one academic year. The attendance is saved for one academic year provided the practical exam has been passed. 3.- HOW TO PASS THE SUBJECT To pass the subject, the student must meet each and every one of the following requirements: ¿ The student must pass the theory exam. ¿ The student must pass the practical part. ¿ The resulting mark (theory mark X 0.70) + (practical mark X 0.20) + (practical assistance X 0.1) must be equal to or greater than 5. If any of the above requirements are not met, the subject will be considered suspended.
Theoretical exam: Written exam, with multiple choice questions and short questions
Practical exam: colaborative work and written exam, together with the theoretical exam
1.- Theoretical part 70% of the final score of the subject will be provided by the score in the theoretical part. The evaluation of this theoretical part will consist of a theoretical examination consisting of short questions (25% of the theoretical exam score) and multiple choice questions, with 5 alternatives (75% of the theoretical exam score). In the multiple choice questions, each wrong answer will discount 1/3 of the value of a correct answer. The attendance to the theoretical classes will be also counted. Those students who attend 70% or more of the theoretical classes, will be entitled to an increase of their theoretical mark, proportional to the results of the continuous assessment they have obtained. Such increment will be, at the most, of 1 additional point in its note of the theoretical part.
2.- Practical part 20% of the final score of the subject will be provided by the score of the practical exam and the works requested related to these practices. The practical exam will also consist of multiple choice questions with 5 alternatives and short questions, with a variable percentage among them. The 10% of the final score of the subject will be contributed by the attendance to the practices. The attendance to practices will be counted as positive if the student attends the practices, and has a proactive attitude in them. In case of not fulfilling minimums of participation and work in the practices, attendance will not be counted or scored with lower score.