What is selectivity?
The University entrance qualification (EBAU or EvAU), also known as selectivityIt is used to objectively assess the academic maturity of the student as well as the knowledge and skills acquired in the Abitur and the ability to continue official university studies.
You can take the university entrance examination if you have a bachelor’s degree. Enrolling in a higher cycle of education allows you to take the specific stage of the grade increase test (up to 4 points) if you don’t have enough grades to enter college.
The entrance test is adapted to the subjects studied in the Abitur and is carried out at the public university that corresponds to the center where this level was completed.
What does the test consist of?
The test is divided into two phases: the general phase and the specific phase.
It consists of compulsory subjects and one of the Abitur modalities of the second year. It is the phase that you have to complete when you come out of this degree. It consists of the following exercises:
- The first exercise consists of commenting on a non-specialized and informative text that focuses on the skills and content of the subject of. relates Spanish Language and Literature II.
- The second exercise focuses on the skills and content of the topic History of Spain.
- The third exercise is Foreign language II (English, French, German, Italian or Portuguese) to assess oral and reading comprehension, as well as oral and written expression.
- The fourth exercise deals with the contents of a Modalities Abitur (called modality core subject), which varies depending on the modality studied:
- Art: Fundamentals of Art II
- Humanities and Social Sciences, Humanities Itinerary: Latin II
- Humanities and social sciences, itinerary social sciences: Mathematics in the social sciences II
- Natural Sciences: Mathematics II
- The fifth exercise is for the Autonomous Communities with another official language.
Each exercise consists of a minimum of 2 and a maximum of 15 questions and has a maximum duration of one and a half hours to complete the exercises. You can use any of the official languages of the Autonomous Community in which the test center is located (except for language tests).
You can use any of the Modalities are important Abitur (up to a maximum of 4, except in the Balearic Islands, Catalonia and Navarra, …