Hello, #Vivers! Like every year, as a center specialized in the preparation of the PCE, we bring you updated information on the UNEDasiss accreditation process and the Specific Skills Tests, also known as the PCE UNEDasiss selectivity exams for students with a foreign baccalaureate.
All the Managing Entities of the UNED, this December we have been summoned to the annual meeting of the information days on access to the UNEDasiss university. As we do not want you to miss a single detail, we summarize the most important points about the accreditation process, and the Specific Competence Tests.
Specific competency tests – PCE UNEDasiss Selectivity
Registration period for the PCE 2024
As in previous years, in this course, you will have two registration dates to take the Specific Skills Tests:
- Ordinary call: from February 26 to May 2.
- Extraordinary call: 1 22 of the July.
Registration will be done online. You can attach all the documentation required by UNEDasiss to take the test.
If you want to complete the PCE UNEDasiss selectivity through a UNED Managing Entity, you must register when the deadline opens. The places in the affiliated centers are limited and, if they are full, you will have to register in a center where there are free places.
PCE UNEDasiss 2024 exam dates
In this course, tests will be called on the following dates:
- Ordinary call: week of May 20 in Spain.
- Extraordinary call: from the 2 to the 7 for September.
In the ordinary, the exams that are carried out in the headquarters that the UNED has abroad, will be held the week of June 3.
The UNEDasiss exams will be exclusively in person, except in exceptional cases duly justified.
Optability in the PCE selectivity exams
For the preparation of the PCE UNEDasiss selectivity, the same format as the previous course will be maintained (always depending on the subject). The exams will be made up of a series of multiple choice questions and development questions. Students will have greater optionality in the questions, so that they can have an easier time choosing the answer they give during the exam. If you want, you can take a look at the latest test exams.
Students should consult the universities where they are going to apply for admission if it is necessary for their accreditation to include the baccalaureate modality. In the public universities of Madrid, it is required to prove a high school diploma to apply for admission. To do this, the old and new evaluation formula from the last year will be maintained, so you can choose between any of the two options that we show you below:
- Old formula: students will be able to take the 3 PCE exam. You are required to score a minimum of 5 in all subjects to be able to consider the baccalaureate modality accredited.
- New formula: students will be able to take the 4 PCE exam. You will have to achieve an arithmetic average of more than 5 points among the four subjects to be able to consider the baccalaureate modality accredited.
Students from a non-Spanish-speaking country must prove the knowledge Spanish B1. We advise you to check the level of Spanish required at the destination university itself, since currently some universities require a level B2 certified.
From our spanish department For foreign students, we will be able to advise you on everything necessary to accredit your level of Spanish.
Finally, we remind you that if you have any questions, you can contact UNED through their web page.
From Luis Vives Study Center, as a collaborating entity of the UNED and a specialist center in the preparation of the PCE UNEDasiss exams, we will be able to advise you on everything you need. If you have any questions click here and get in touch with us.