The program included in this guide ("Contents") are a short version of the complete program which will be object of the
assessment and deliver to the students when the course will start. **First call:**
1.- The students that follow the continuous assessment process shall be evaluated according to the previous criteria: final exam (60%), objective examination of questions (20%) and seminars (20%). In the final exam, the oral exam will carry a weight of 80% and written practical exam will carry a weight of 20%. It is necessary to achieve 4 out of 10 points in the exam in order to take into account the qualifications obtained under the continuous assessment process. If the students do not obtained the minimim score, their final qualification will be the exam result. Regular
attendance is required (the absolute minimum level of attendance required is 90%). 2.- The students that do not follow the continuous assessment process shall be graded in the following way: oral exam (80%) and written practical exam (20%). This final exam will be different that the exam carried out by the students that follow the continuous assessment process. **Second call:**
1.- Students must pass a final exam: oral exam + written practical exam. 2.- Grades obtained by the students that followed the continuous assessment process will be taken into account. The final exam will represent the 60% of the
final score, corresponding the remaining 40% with the qualification obtained through the "continuous evaluation" system. It is necessary to achieve 4 out of 10 points in the oral exam in order to take into account the qualifications obtained under the continuous assessment process. If the students do not obtained the minimim score, their final qualification will be the exam result. 3.- The students that do not follow the continuous assessment process shall be graded in the following way: oral exam (80%) and written practical exam (20%). This final exam will be different that the exam carried out by the students that follow the continuous assessment process. 4.- Students who had followed the system of "continuous evaluation", and did not pass the subject not at the first
opportunity nor at the second one, are entitle to keep the qualification obtained through that system for the following
academic year (2021-2022). **Final call:**
Students shall pass a one-off exam that consists of two parts: exam (80%) and written practical exam (20%). **BLENDED-LEARNING STUDENTS**
1. Blended-learning students will be able to follow a continuous assessment process, either using digital means or attending to the on-site classes. 2. If blended-learning students follow the continuous assessment process, they will be evaluated according to the previous criteria: final exam (60%), objective examination of questions (20%) and seminars (20%). In the final exam, the oral exam will carry a weight of 80% and written practical exam will carry a weight of 20%. It is necessary to achieve a 4 out of 10 points in the oral exam in order to take into account the qualifications obtained under the continuous assessment process. 3. If blended-learning students do not follow the continuous assessment process, they will be graded in the following way: oral exam (80%) and written practical exam (20%). This final exam will be different that the exam carried out by the students that follow the continuous assessment process. |