Hey! Are you ready to embark on your university journey in Spain? Well, you’re in the right place! On this platform, we offer you a spectacular tool: a grade calculator so you can estimate the score you need to achieve in your PCE exams, which will bring you closer to that university degree you desire.
Before you dive into using our calculator, it’s essential that you have a well-defined exam itinerary that you need to follow because the type of exam may vary depending on the degree you want to study, and where. Additionally, you should be aware of whether you have an access agreement or not.
If you still have any doubts or simply don’t have everything clear, we recommend taking a look at these two posts. In them, you’ll find more details that will help you understand everything you need for your university journey. Remember, we’re here to support you on this exciting adventure!
Structure of the PCEs
Discover how the PCE exams vary depending on the degree, province, and your type of high school!
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) PCE
Have questions? Our selection of FAQs is here to help! We explain how to determine whether you have an access agreement or not.
Diverse Paths to University, Diverse Grade Calculators.
Perfect! If you already have all the details under control, we have created different calculator models, each adapted to a specific PCE itinerary. This way, you can use the one that best suits your particular path to university. Take a look and discover which one is perfect for you! Remember, we’re here to help you conquer your university dream. If you have any questions, feel free to ask, and we’ll be happy to answer them =).
Grade Calculator with 4 subjects
This model is suitable for the PCE libre (Valencian Community, Murcia, and Extremadura) and for the PCE Modality Bachillerato (Community of Madrid and Castilla y León).
Grade Calculator with 6 subjects
You will use this calculator if you are going to take the PCE EBAU model for the following communities: Andalusia, Aragon, Asturias, Canary Islands, Cantabria, Castilla la Mancha, Catalonia, Balearic Islands, La Rioja, Navarre, and the Basque Country.
Grade Calculator with 2 subjects
If you are taking the voluntary PCE, either because you have a study agreement or because you are going to study in Galicia, you must use this calculator model.
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