The university entrance exam, better known as Selectivity (EBAU), the day will start June 1, 2021 in the most advanced communities and the June 17 from 2021 in communities that have completed their exams later.
A year where coronavirus restrictions have forced students to follow the course in person and remotely, with the difficulties that this entails for learning or preparing for exams such as Selectivity.
The students will compete for the places of the chosen careers, depending on the cut-off mark estimated by each university. Interim results will be released one week after testing. EBAU.
Universities offer a limited number of places for each degree. It is the last student admitted to each access group who establishes the cut-off mark for that university and study. The cut-off marks from previous years are an orientation on the mark that the student must achieve to access a given grade.
The degree that required the highest grade in 2020 was Medicine at the Autonomous University of Madrid. 240 places were offered and it was necessary to obtain a final grade greater than a 13,426 -you can check all the notes in the PDF that you can see below-.
The double degrees, normally, they require a higher result for the simple fact of having a smaller number of places.
The race with the fewest places and the highest cut-off mark last year was Joint Programming of the Official Teaching of Mathematics and Physics at the University of Granada, which required a court note of 13,814 to his 21 students presented.
EBAU dates by communities
Murcia: from June 1-3 the first call and from June 30 to July 2 the second.
Andalusia: June 15-17 and July 13-15 the second call.
Castilla la Mancha: from June 7-9 the first call and from June 29 to July 1 the second.
Castile and Lion: June 9-11 and July 7-9 may be examined.
Valencian Community: first call from June 8-10 or July 6 to 8.
Aragon: The exams will begin from June 8 to 10 or from July 5 to July 7.
Catalonia: first call from June 8 to 11 and second from September 7-9.
Community from Madrid: will start from June 7 to 10 or July 6 to 8.
Estremadura: The exams will be from June 8 to 10 the first call and from July 6 to 8 the second.
Galicia: from June 8 to 10, the first call and from July 13 to 15, the second.
Asturias: They will be examined from June 8 to 10 or July 6 to 8.
Cantabria: They will have to take the exam on June 7-9 or July 5-7.
Navarra: The exam will be from June 2 to 4 or June 23 to 25.
The Rioja: The exams will take place from June 2 to 4 or July 5 to 7.
Basque Country: first call from June 8 to 10 or July 6 to 8.
Baleares: The exams will be from June 8 to 10 or July 6 to 8.
Canary Islands: The first call will be from June 9 to 12 and the second from July 6 to 8.
Ceuta: They will be examined from June 15 to 17 or July 13 to 15.
Melilla: It will start from June 15-17 or July 13-15.