In this article, you will find the weighting tables of Spanish universities to help you choose your selectivity subjects efficiently.
Did you know that to enter university in Spain, your score in the selectivity exam is not the only factor that matters? That’s right, there’s something called weighting tables where universities specify which subjects carry more weight, and this is crucial for your university admission.
On one hand, you will receive an admission score out of 10, awarded by the organization responsible for your selectivity exam. On the other hand, each university can add up to 4 additional points to that score, meaning you could have a total score of up to 14.
What is the admission score for university?
The admission score (or admission grade) is a score out of 10 awarded to you by the organization that administers your selectivity exam. It takes into account your high school average grade + selectivity exam scores.
What is the cutoff score?
On the other hand, the cutoff score is the lowest grade that the last admitted person in a specific degree program achieved in an academic year. This score is often used as a reference for future applicants and varies each year.
This score adds up to 4 additional points to the admission score (making it a score out of 14 maximum). This is done by considering the 2 subjects with the highest weighting (usually 0.2) and the best grades.
You should know that these subjects may vary from one university to another, so when choosing the specific subjects to take your exams on, you should have reviewed the weighting tables for the university degrees you want to apply for.
University Admission Score
The university admission score is awarded by UNEDAssis (in the case of PCE exams).
It is a score out of 10.
It takes into account your high school average and PCE subjects.
It is calculated based on the subjects with the highest weighting.
It is a score out of 14.
Varies depending on the degree you intend to study.
Wondering What a Weighting Table Is?
They are listings that reflect the specifics of each university and program of study, assigning different weights to subjects according to their importance in the corresponding field of study.
A weighting table is a list that includes all subjects and shows you the value assigned to each one. Some subjects may have no weight, others have a value of 0.1, and some can go up to 0.2.
An important thing to remember is that these tables vary among universities. Each institution may give greater value to certain subjects, and furthermore, these tables can change depending on the region or autonomous community.
To make your work easier, we provide direct and updated links to the weighting tables for the 2023-2024 school year, organized by autonomous communities. This way, you can efficiently compare and choose the subjects you need to prepare.
Now that you understand a bit more, you’ll see that weighting tables are a crucial tool that can help you maximize your admission score. You just need to understand how they work and how to make the most of them.