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Baccalaureate and professional training students (LOMCE)

On this page you can obtain all the information about the organization of the Evaluation for University Access.

Students who have already passed the test can obtain more information about the university admission process through the different access routes in the following section: Admission to the URJC

 

Evaluation Structure for University Access (EvAU)

Purpose and Scope

The Evaluation for University Access will be applicable exclusively to students who wish to access official undergraduate university education and who meet the requirements of being in possession of a Bachelor's degree, or who are in any of the situations contemplated in the provision additional third of Royal Decree 310/2016, of July 29, as indicated in article 2 of Royal Decree-Law 5/2016, of December 9.

Previous high school: Students who have passed the entrance exam to the University according to previous regulations may take advantage of several options, keeping their initial qualification:

  • Submit to the mandatory block of the EvAU (General Trunks)
  • Submit to the compulsory block (General Core) and the Voluntary Phase of the EvAU. (General trunks of modality and option).
  • Submit only to the Voluntary Phase of the EvAU (General core of modality and option).

General rules for organizing the evaluation

  • The tests will be based on the basic curriculum of the subjects of the block of core subjects of the second year of high school, established in Royal Decree 1105/2014, of December 26.
  • Students who want to improve their admission grade may take a maximum of four optional subjects from the block of second-year core subjects. Notwithstanding the foregoing, universities may take into account in their admission procedures, in addition to the grade obtained in each of the optional subjects of the block of core subjects chosen by the student, that of one or more of the general subjects belonging to the block of core subjects according to modality and itinerary (Mathematics II, Latin II, Mathematics Applied to Social Sciences II or Fundamentals of Art II).
  • Likewise, students may be examined in an additional foreign language, different from the one they had studied as a subject of the block of core subjects, included in the Baccalaureate Curriculum. The qualification obtained in said test may be taken into account by the universities in their admission procedures.
  • The baccalaureate evaluation for university access will last a maximum of four days. Each test exercise will last 90 minutes. A minimum break between exercises of 30 minutes will be established. The period of rest used to extend the time for taking the tests of students with specific educational support needs for whom it has been prescribed will not be computed as a rest period.
  • The tests corresponding to the general subjects of the block of core subjects of the second year will be:

GENERAL CORE SUBJECTS:

History of Spain or History of Philosophy (student's choice)

Spanish Language and Literature II

First Foreign Language II

 

GENERAL CORE SUBJECTS ACCORDING TO MODALITY:

or Arts Modality.

   Yo. Path of Plastic Arts, Image and Design: Artistic Drawing II.

   ii. Music and Performing Arts Track: Musical Analysis II or Performing Arts II, (student's choice).

o Science and Technology Modality: Mathematics II or Mathematics Applied to Social Sciences II (student's choice).

o General Modality: General Sciences.

o Humanities and Social Sciences Modality: Latin II or Applied Mathematics to Social Sciences II (student's choice).

 

OPTION CORE SUBJECTS:

Biology

Choir and Vocal Technique II

Audiovisual Culture II

Technical Drawing II

Technical Drawing Applied to Plastic Arts and Design II

Integrated

Company and Business Model Design

Physics

Artistic Fundamentals

Geography

Geology and Environmental Sciences

Greek II

History of Philosophy / History of Spain

History of music and dance

History of art

Dramatic Literature

Cultural and Artistic Movements

Chemistry

Graphic-Plastic Expression Techniques

Technology and Engineering II

Additional Foreign Language (German, French, English, Italian or Portuguese)

 

official report card

The report card is an electronic document accrediting your EvAU qualifications, it is signed by means of an electronic signature and a secure verification code (CSV) which allows any recipient of the document to validate its authenticity and integrity.

This document, being directly verifiable, will allow you to apply for a place in any other university district without the need for certification or additional stamps.

You can get the card here, on the same notes consultation screen.

Calculation of the Qualification of Access to the University (CAU)

The University Access Qualification (CAU) will be obtained by adding 40% of the overall qualification of the Compulsory Block (arithmetic mean of the four subjects) obtained in the EvAU, provided that it is greater than or equal to 4, plus 60% of the the Final Qualification of the Baccalaureate (CFB).

The maximum score will be over 10 points and will be considered passed when the mark is equal to or greater than 5 points. Passing the Compulsory Block of the EvAU and your University Access Qualification (CAU) will be valid indefinitely.

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Calculation of the admission grade Baccalaureate and Training Cycles

The Admission grade is the grade used by universities to award all places, and in particular in those Degrees in which the number of applications exceeds the number of places offered (competitive attendance).

The student can present himself to the Voluntary Part of the EvAU in order to increase the note of his CAU up to 4 points. The student may voluntarily take a minimum of one and a maximum of four optional core subjects or general modality subjects (taken or not taken).

To calculate the admission grade, the grades of these subjects will be added to the CAU, as long as they are approved (5 or more) multiplied by their weighting (see the URJC Weighting Table) depending on the grade to which you wish to access . In case of passing more than two subjects of the voluntary part, only the two that add up the most for each grade will be taken into account.

The qualifications of the voluntary part of the EvAU will only be valid for two years: the year in which the test is passed and the following year.

With regard to admission, the general core subject of the Compulsory Block modality will also be weighted as the subjects of the Voluntary Part, fulfilling the same conditions as these. You don't have to be tested twice for it to weigh.

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HIGHER LEVEL TRAINING CYCLES + Voluntary phase

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m1, m2 = The grades of a maximum of two exercises passed in the voluntary phase (option core) that provide the best admission grade.

a,b= weighting parameters of the exercises in relation to the degree requested.

URJC weighting table

grade rise

Once the test has been passed, students will be able to present themselves again in successive calls in order to improve the grade (without limit of calls).

The subjects of the voluntary part may be different from those examined in previous calls. The grade obtained in the new call will be taken into consideration provided that it is higher than the previous one/s and they are on the validity date.

Passing the compulsory phase of the EvAU will be valid indefinitely while the qualification of the subjects of the voluntary phase will be valid during the following two academic years.

Students who wish to enroll to raise grades will do so at the center where they completed the Baccalaureate or Higher Level Training Cycle on their day.

Students who come from other autonomous communities who, by district of residence (empadronamiento) corresponds to them to be examined in the URJC, to enroll you will have to go to the 1st floor of the Rectorate of Móstoles (Access Testing Service) on May 14, 2024 in the pre-assigned time by appointment in the Ordinary Call, while in the Extraordinary Call it will be the day 21 June, also by appointment. . They must provide the original and a copy of the DNI, Of the EvAU notes passed in previous calls or, in the case of VET students, the certificate of grades and the title, as well as certificate/padron flyer or document that proves the residence address (eg: rental contract) in the Community of Madrid.

To request an appointment, you must write an email to indicating your full name, ID or identity document, postal address, email and contact telephone number. Once the application has been received and reviewed, you will be informed of the exact day and time that you can go to enroll.

IMPORTANT: It will not be possible to enroll without an appointment or outside the indicated days.

Review of qualifications obtained

Students may request, within a period of three business days from the date of publication of the results, the review of the grades obtained. The review will be requested through the note consultation platform.

The exercises on which the review request has been submitted will be corrected again by a specialist teacher other than the first teacher.

The review consists of two parts:

In the first place, a verification of the partial grades will be carried out in order to confirm that all the questions have been graded, as well as to verify that there are no errors in the calculation of the final grade. In the event of detecting errors, they will be rectified and a new rating will be awarded.

After this verification, the specialist teacher will make a second correction of each and every one of the exam questions.

The final result Of the review will be the average of the grades provided by the two teachers and may suppose a lower or higher final mark than the one obtained in the first correction.

In the event that there is a difference of two or more points between the two grades, a third correction will be made ex officio, and the final grade will be the arithmetic mean of the three grades.

Once the review process is finished, the qualifying court will adopt the resolution that establishes the definitive qualifications and will notify the claimants.

The resolution puts an end to the administrative procedure, and a contentious-administrative appeal can be filed against it before the Contentious-Administrative Courts of Madrid, within a period of two months from the day following its notification, notwithstanding that the interested party may exercise, where appropriate, any other that it deems appropriate.

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Registration, place and dates of the test

The students they will enroll in the educational center in which they finish the baccalaureate or the higher level training cycle. When registering, they will review the modality and the first foreign language studied and they will be able to choose the subjects of the voluntary part of which they want to be examined, up to a maximum of 4.

The educational centers of the Community of Madrid will carry out the Evaluation at the public university designated by the Organizing Commission of the Entrance Examinations.

The Rey Juan Carlos University will examine students at the Fuenlabrada and Móstoles Campuses in the ordinary call, while in the extraordinary call students will only take the exam at the Móstoles Campus.

FUENLABRADA CAMPUS

MOSTOLES CAMPUS

 

Test completion dates.

Calendar REGULAR call 2024

Formalization of enrollment in educational centers

May 16 to 21 until 14:00 p.m.

Examinations

June 3, 4, 5 and 6. Coincidences June 7

Provisional release of grades

June 13th. Starting at 12:00

Review Request

From June 14 to 14:00 p.m. on June 18

Final Grades and Report Cards for Students Not Requesting Review

June 19th. Starting at 12:00

Publication of final notes after the Review

June 26th. Starting at 09:00

Request to see the exams (Only students who have requested Review)

Pending dates

The request will be made through the Registry of any of the Campuses of our University or the Electronic Office (with the form “Expose-request”) addressed to the Access Testing Service.

Exam Viewing Rules.

PRE-REGISTRATION: EXCLUSIVELY ONLINE

Check on the web

 

EXTRAORDINARY call calendar 2024

Center enrollment formalization

June 19 to 26 until 14:00 p.m.

Examinations

July 2, 3 and 4. Coincidences July 5

Provisional release of grades

July 10 at 14:00 p.m.

Review Request

From July 11 until 14:00 p.m. on July 15. Through the notes consultation platform.

Final Grades and Report Cards for Students Not Requesting Review

July 16th. Starting at 09:00 a.m.

Publication of final notes after the Review

July 23th. Starting at 15:00 a.m.

Request to see the exams (Only students who have requested Review)

Pending dates.

The request will be made through the Registry of any of the Campuses of our University or the Electronic Office (with the form “Expose-request”) addressed to the Access Testing Service.

Exam Viewing Rules

PRE-REGISTRATION: EXCLUSIVELY ONLINE

Check on the web

Use of calculators and other electronic instruments

According to prior agreement of the Organizing Commission of the Evaluation for access to the University of the Community of Madrid, the use by students of mobile phones or any other device that allows wireless connection is not allowed. This concept would include portable tablet devices, personal digital assistants (PDA), watches, glasses, bracelets and any other object that has the ability to send or receive messages through a screen. The use of calculators in Mathematics II, Applied Mathematics to Social Sciences II, Chemistry, Physics and Business Economics tests. with matrices, determinant calculus, derivative calculus, integral calculus, or alphanumeric data storage. Anyone who has any of these characteristics will be withdrawn. In case of doubt about the possibility of being able to use a certain calculator in the development of a test, the court will be consulted, who will adopt the final decision. The court will not provide alternative calculators.If during the course of the test the use of a calculator that is not permitted is found, the court will adopt the same measures as when a student is cheating.As a guide, some examples of the allowed calculators are shown:

Canon F-720i

Citizen SR‐135 (all versions)

Sharp EL-521VH Sharp EL-531 VH

Casio fx-82ES PLUS

Casio fx-82MS, ES, SX, TL, super, NS, X. Casio fx-82SPX Iberia

Casio fx-82SPX II Iberia Casio fx-82SPX-S-EH Casio fx-82SX fraction Casio fx-82SX PLUS

Citizen SR-260 Scientific Calculator (all versions)

IT 30Xs

TI-30 eco RS TI 30Xa Solar

Citizen SR-270x (all versions N, NGR, NPU...)

Lexibook SC 100

Casio fx-85ES PLUS Casio fx-85MS ES WA Casio fx-85SP X II Casio fx-85SP X II ‐ bu

Elco ECF-4807

OlympiaLCD 8110

Casio fx-350MS ES TLG TL Casio fx-350ES PLUS Casio fx-350SPX Iberia

Elco EC-545

Texas Instruments TI 36X

Casio fx-550

HP 10s

Casio fx-590

HP 300s

Milan M-240

Milan M-2

Milan M-139

Milan M-228

  

Instructions for taking the exam

Instructions for students taking the test

ABSOLUTE PUNCTUALITY

The student who arrives late to the exam or who does not show up will be graded with a zero in the exercise he does not attend. the appeal the exam will be done with half an hour in advance in the exam first thing in the morning.

IDENTIFICATION STICKERS

Upon entering the first exam, you will be given barcode labels, identifying your personal data. These stickers must be kept for all exams. If you appear alone for the voluntary part of the EvAU, you must collect your stickers in the Courtroom at least half an hour in advance.

SPACE RESERVED FOR LABELS

Each exam that the student takes will have a reserved space on the first and last page to paste these labels. Extreme care will be taken in this operation to do not tear them or place them outside the space mentioned, if there is any type of problem with the label when affixing it, notify the court immediately, so that they can give you another booklet. Even if the exam is delivered blank, the labels will be attached.

CLASSROOM ABANDONMENT

You cannot leave the classroom until half an hour after the exam begins. A student is also not allowed to enter after the initial 20 minutes of each test.

CONFIDENTIALITY

To guarantee the confidentiality of the Test, the name may not be written or any identifying mark left on the examination paper.

EXAM BOOKLET

Only questions on the exam sheet will be answered. At no time will the answers on the exam be valid, which, at the end of the exam, can be taken.

Good presentation and synthesis skills are important

DELIVERY EXERCISES

Once each exercise is finished, the student will deliver it to the Court (spokesperson responsible for the classroom), even in the event that the exam is left blank.

BREACH OF REGULATIONS

The Court has the legal capacity to expel from the classroom and annul the tests to people who fail to comply with the rules of ethics, respect and order that must be followed in the exercises. Expulsion carries a grade of 0 in all subjects

JUSTIFICATIONS

In the case of needing to justify attendance at the Tests, a certificate will be requested from the court.

MOBILE DEVICES

Mobile phones must be switched off. Other electronic devices such as smart watches or unauthorized calculators may not be used

 REVIEW OF QUALIFICATIONS

REVISION

The grades on which the Revision request has been submitted will be corrected by a different professor who will grant the same or different grade (higher or lower); the final score will be the arithmetic mean of the two corrections, being able to raise or lower the initial mark.

In this process, it will also be verified that all the questions have been evaluated and have been evaluated with a correct application of the general evaluation criteria and specific correction criteria.

 

Academic fees and exam rights

Prices for entrance tests to official university degree studies.

For registration in the test: 93,02 euros, plus 11,63 euros for each subject of the specific phase in which the student enrolls.

For registration only in the specific phase of the test: 46,51 euros, plus 11,63 euros for each subject in which the student enrolls

Rest of exemptions: consult el DECREE 43/2022, of June 29

Frequent questions

What is the EAU?

It is the Evaluation for University Access, which will be taken into account for university access and will deal exclusively with the general subjects studied in the block of second-year core subjects.

General core subjects, which are common in the 2nd year of Baccalaureate

History of Spain
Spanish language
First Foreign Language

General core subject of the Baccalaureate modality studied by the student

Mathematics II (B. Sciences)
Latin II (B. Humanities)
Mathematics Applied to Social Sciences II (BCSocial)
Foundations of Art (B.Arts)

Each exercise will consist of a minimum of two and a maximum of fifteen questions, and will have two options (A and B). Its duration will be ninety minutes, with a sixty-minute break between the end of one and the other. Each exercise will be scored from 0 to 10, with multiples of 0.25

How do I calculate the University Access Qualification (CAU)? What grade do I need to pass?

The University Access Qualification (CAU) will be obtained by adding 40% of the global qualification of the Compulsory Block obtained in the EvAU, as long as it is greater than or equal to 4, plus 60% of the Final Qualification of the Baccalaureate (CFB) .

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What temporal validity does it have?

Indefinite

What is the Admission note? How can I upload my grade?

The Admission grade is the grade used by universities to award all places, and in particular in those Degrees in which the number of applications exceeds the number of places offered (competitive attendance).

To raise this admission grade, there is the possibility that the student voluntarily submit up to a maximum of 4 subjects of the Voluntary Phase.

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If I wish to access from a Higher Degree training cycle, what is my University Access Qualification? Can I take the test to upload the Admission Note? Where should I register?

The University Access Qualification for these students is the average mark of the training cycle. In addition, students who are in possession of these titles may submit to the voluntary phase to improve the Admission Note.

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m1, m2 = The grades of a maximum of two exercises passed in the voluntary phase (option core) that provide the best admission grade.

a,b= weighting parameters of the exercises in relation to the degree requested.

They must formalize the enrollment in the center where they obtained the Higher Technician in Vocational Training Certificate. In the event that said center no longer exists, they must go to the Access Section of the University to which they belong to formalize their registration.

What happens if I enroll in an option core subject and then fail?

Nothing happens, failing a core option subject only implies that said subject will not increase your admission grade.

What temporal validity does the voluntary phase have?

The qualifications obtained from the voluntary part will be valid for two years: the year in which they are approved and the following year.

Are the qualifications of the voluntary part valid, even if the CAU has not been passed?

They are not valid, for them to be part of the admission grade it is essential to pass the CAU in the same or in previous calls.

In the compulsory part, can I examine myself in a language that I have not studied as a First Foreign Language in the 2nd year of high school?

No, the student must take an exam for the language studied in high school as First Foreign Language.

Can I take a second foreign language exam in the voluntary phase of the EvAU?

Yes, but remember that you can only present yourself in a language other than the one examined as First Foreign Language II in the compulsory part. You will be able to select among those included in the Baccalaureate Curriculum: English, French, Italian, German and Portuguese.

Will these additional foreign language subjects be weighted in the admission grade for all Degrees?

No, each public university of the Community of Madrid will determine in which degree the additional foreign language is weighted (0.1 or 0.2). See weighting table.

Can I examine myself in the compulsory block of any general core subject of the modality?

No, the student must take an exam for the general core subject of the modality belonging to their baccalaureate modality

Can I examine myself in the voluntary block of any general core subject of the modality?

Yes, you can take the general core subject of other modalities. They will have the same validity as the rest of the subjects of the voluntary block. For example, a student of the Science Modality can take Mathematics Applied to Social Sciences in the voluntary block to improve her admission grade.

Can students who pass the Selectivity exam with regulations prior to 2010 reach 14 points in their admission grade?

The final qualification of Selectivity of these students is equivalent to the Qualification of Access to the University (CAU) of the EvAU that is scored out of 10 points.

Additionally, if they wish, they may take the voluntary part of the EvAU to add a maximum of 4 additional points for the admission process.

If a student does not know which Degree they want to study, what criteria do they follow to choose the subjects of the voluntary part?

It might be advisable to select optional core subjects that you have taken in high school, with a maximum of four

What happens if for a reason of force majeure I cannot take the exam of any subject?

The exam may be held later on the day established by the university for incidents and coincidences, as long as the cause is documented. The causes may be: serious or very serious illness, requiring hospitalization or isolation; accidents that impede the mobility of the student; judicial obligations or citations or extremely serious personal situations.

These situations must be accredited by the student and checked and verified by the courts.

If at the beginning of the test I realize that my enrollment is wrong, can I change the subjects?

Once the enrollment period for the tests has expired, under no circumstances will changes in enrollment be made.

Are adaptations made for students with disabilities or special educational needs?

The educational center will request, at the request of the student, the necessary adaptations to carry out the tests, as long as they have had the same or equivalent ones during the baccalaureate, in the terms and forms established by the University in each course.

If I don't agree with the grades, can I request a review?

Yes, the student will be able to request a review via the web within the periods established for this purpose, in the subjects that he/she deems.

The exam will be corrected again by a different teacher. The final mark will be the arithmetic mean of the 2 corrections, being able to raise or lower the initial mark.

Can I request to see my exams taken in the test?

Yes, you will only be able to see the exams of those subjects in which a Review of the grades has been requested within the deadlines established by the university. This does not imply the right to a new review or to have the assistance of a specialist teacher.

File transfers and academic certifications

TRANSFER

NOTICE: Agreement of the public universities of the Single District of the Community of Madrid, on certifications of the Evaluation of Access to the University and file transfers

They must request file transfer:

All students who have passed the University Entrance Examination at the Rey Juan Carlos University and are admitted to any private University and to Public Universities outside the Community of Madrid, including the UNED.

Students who have started studies at the Rey Juan Carlos University must request the transfer of their file at the Student Secretary of their Campus.

They should not request transfer of file

Those students who have passed the University Entrance Examination at the Rey Juan Carlos University in any call and have been admitted to some of the Public Universities of the Community of Madrid (Alcalá Autónoma, Carlos III, Complutense, Politécnica and Rey Juan Carlos )

Documentation to present:

Application form

Letter of admission from the host university (original)

Valid large family card (if applicable).

Place of delivery: 

Applications will be delivered to the University Registration Department:

You can also present it in the registries (face-to-face or digital) of other public administrations that are enabled. The documentation must be addressed to the General Registry of the Rey Juan Carlos University (Identification code DIR3: U05600001).

Once the request has been delivered, within approximately 7 to 15 days, the receipt of payment of fees will be sent to your email. Once paid, you must send the scanned proof of payment by email to the Access Test Service

Rates: (DECREE 43/2022, of June 29, of the Governing Council, which establishes the public prices for university studies leading to official titles and services of an academic nature in the public universities of the Community of Madrid):

  • Ordinary: €27,54
  • General Large Family (50%): €13,77
  • Special Large Family: Exempt from payment

CERTIFICATIONS

NOTICE: It is reported that according to agreement of the public universities of the single district of the Community of Madrid, the official report card may be used as a supporting document for the entrance exams downloadable from our web page for students who have taken the tests from 2018 onwards.
This document contains a Secure Verification Code (CSV) with which its validity can be verified in the Electronic Headquarters of the University. You can also download from this last place, the same document in PDF with the Electronic signature including.

All those students who have taken the University Access Tests at the Rey Juan Carlos University may request, by means of a standardized form, the issuance of a certificate that accredits their completion.

Documentation to present:

Application form

Valid large family card (if applicable).

Place of delivery: 

Applications will be delivered:

You can also present it in the registries (face-to-face or digital) of other public administrations that are enabled. The documentation must be addressed to the General Registry of the Rey Juan Carlos University (Identification code DIR3: U05600001).

When the certificate is issued, the interested party will be contacted.

Regulation

ORDER 2105/2024, of May 7, of the Ministry of Education, Science and Universities, which modifies Order 47/2017, of January 13

Instruction calculation qualification access to the university students with various types of high school

Agreement of the Public Universities of the single district of the Community of Madrid on evaluation certifications for access to the university for the 2023-24 academic year

Agreement on the procedure for unexpected and exceptional causes ordinary call evau 2024

Agreement of the organizing commission on fraudulent acts of the students participating in the EVAU in the Community of Madrid

RESOLUTION of October 24, 2022, of the General Director of Universities and Higher Artistic Education,which publicizes the Agreement of the Coordinating Commission of the Baccalaureate Assessment for University access, which determines the dates of completion of the assessments corresponding to the year 2023

Instruction DG Evaluation and Territorial Cooperation for calculating university access grades for students with various types of high school

Order PJC/39/2024, of January 24, which determines the characteristics, design and content of the Baccalaureate evaluation for university access, and the maximum dates for carrying out and resolving the procedures for reviewing the grades obtained, in the 2023 academic year. 2024

ORDER 1647/2018, of May 9, of the Ministry of Education and Research, which modifies Order 47/2017, of January 13, of the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports, which develops certain aspects of the final evaluation of Baccalaureate for access to the University.

Order 47/2017, of January 13, of the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports, by which certain aspects of the final evaluation of Baccalaureate for access to university are developed.

For any questions related to the structure and organization of the Evaluation for University Access, you can direct it through the Student Help Box