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How is the admission grade calculated?
The admission mark to the different undergraduate degrees is calculated by applying the following formula:
Admission grade = Admission grade + a * M1 + b * M2
Access note: Baccalaureate average (60%) and the general phase of selectivity (40%)
M1, M2: two subjects passed in the specific phase that provide the best admission grade
a, b: weighting parameters of the substances of the specific phase (0.1 or 0.2)
What are the weighting parameters?
Pablo is present this year for selectivity, he wants to study the Degree in Biochemistry at the University of Barcelona. In addition to carrying out the general phase of the selectivity, he has made the specific phase to be able to secure his place. Also, you have the possibility of adding a grade in the specific phase with the modality subject, in this case Mathematics. In other words, the mark in the examination of the compulsory phase modality subject may count twice: once to calculate the mark for the general phase, and another to calculate the mark for the specific phase, if it is one of the two best grades.
His grades and the admission grade to the university have been the following:
|Spanish language and literature||6,850|
|English foreign language)||7,120|
|History of Spain||8,030|
|Modality subject: Mathematics||8,250|
|Average grade general phase||7,562|
|Average mark of the Baccalaureate||8,500|
|Specific phase||Exam grade||Weighting parameter||Weighted note|
His two best weighted marks are those of the Biology and Chemistry exams, these will be added to his average mark of the general phase of the selectivity and Baccalaureate. Finally, your access grade for Biochemistry studies for the University of Barcelona will be 11,394.
Admission grade = 8.124 + 1.60 + 1.67 = 11.394
Weighting parameters of the different Spanish universities
Here we show you the weighting parameters of the different universities for this course. You have to bear in mind that the parameters for selectivity may vary each year.