According to this weighting table of subjects, universities recommend choosing at least 2 subjects that weigh 0. 2
(the more subjects that weigh 0.2 the better, to have more options to raise your score). But remember that at least 2 subjects have to weigh 0.2
Does that mean that I cannot choose the subjects I want?
No, it doesn’t. You can choose the subjects you wish and the UNEDassis will weigh 0.1 for each subject until 10 (maximum of 10 points). The destination university
may give up to 4 additional points depending on their admission criteria but they will take into consideration the score you got from those subjects that weigh 0.2.
We have already explained in PCE FAQ post
how to calculate the admission score from UNEDAassis. It is explained again here:
The score out of 10 is obtained with:
- 60% – from the scores obtained on their academic transcript (homologated previously).
- 40% – from the Specific Competency Exams (taken at the UNED)
= (0,2 x NMB
+ 4) + (0,1 x E1
) + (0,1 x E2
) + (0,1 x E3
) + (0,1 x E4
= Mean grade from high school.
= Mean score obtained in each Specific Competency Exams (PCE)
The score out of 14 is obtained by the following:
The two best-rated subjects are chosen from those weighing 0.2 and multiplied by 0.2. The result is added to the admissions score.
|Academic transcript average score 60%
|PCE exams average score 40%