The tests of the Evaluation for University Access (EBAU) will examine 38,251 students from the region in the Community of Madrid next week, from Monday 5 to Friday 9 June.
The Madrid Government indicates that the Complutense University will host the most students, with a total of 12,647, while the rest will be distributed among the Autonomous University (9,729), Carlos III (5,376), Alcalá (5,058), Rey Juan Carlos ( 3,978) and the Polytechnic University of Madrid (1,463).
The exams will take place during the next days June 5, 6, 7 and 8, while on the 9th they will be those of coincident subjects or incidents.
As happened last year, those registered who cannot attend due to exceptional and duly accredited circumstances will be able to take advantage of the extraordinary call that will be held between July 4 and 7, without being penalized in the admission processes.
On Monday, the test will begin with the core subjects in the Science modality and on Tuesday, those of Social Sciences, Humanities and Arts. On Wednesday and Thursday the elective tests will be carried out, and Friday has been reserved for possible incidents or those cases in which a student has not been able to take an exam due to time coincidence.
As in the tests developed in the last three years, in this edition the participants will be able to choose the number of questions or exercises that they must solve between those raised in the two options. This possibility is maintained compared to the obligation that existed until 2019 to select an option.
As for the schedules, they will be held from 09:30 to 11:00, from 12:00 to 13:30 and from 16:00 to 17:30. The call will be at least 30 minutes before each exam begins.
In addition, the Community of Madrid will expand the metro and intercity bus service between Monday 5 and Thursday 8 June to celebrate the EBAU, the university entrance exams, on those lines that take the six region campus.