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Keys to improve in your EvAU / EBAU / PAU or PCE Selectivity History of Spain exams - Luis Vives Study Center
Keys to the History of Spain

Hello, #Vivers! The subject of History of Spain is one of the subjects that students in our selectivity preparation courses usually find most difficult to study. It is a mainly theoretical subject, in which there are a large number of dates and data to memorize. But to help you prepare for the exams, whether they are Selectivity EvAU/EBAU/PAU or PCE UNED, today we bring you a video in which our History of Spain teacher, Ángel, shows us the 7 keys to a correct learning of The subject.

The 7 keys to preparing the EvAU/EBAU/PAU or PCE UNED Selectivity exams in History of Spain

1. Reading comprehension

History of Spain is a fundamentally theoretical subject and therefore requires a lot of reading. When reading the topics, the most important thing is to understand the process and the events that occur. We have to think of the subject as a movie, in which we are going to see a series of characters that are intertwined with some events. This will make it easier for us to understand when we read it and thus we will avoid falling into memorizing the subject without understanding what he wanted to tell us.

2. Outlining

As the subject of History is very extensive, in order to be able to specify the concepts and clarify ourselves, it is very convenient to resort to outlining, that is, making outlines of each section to help us synthesize the content. We can have this scheme in our head even when we take the exam and thus maintain order in the development of the question.

3. Internal structure

The themes of the XNUMXth and XNUMXth centuries have an internal structure, that is, all these themes have an introduction or preamble that places us in the action, they are followed by the causes of the events, then the process itself (normally they are processes politicians who are going to change the course of events) and finally some consequences (these are linked to a political group opposed to the process that has occurred). If we take this into account we acquire a global vision of the events and these themes, since they are repeated in everyone.

4. Delete our opinion

It is inevitable in History to make political judgments about what happened in the past and even position ourselves on one side. This is something that always needs to be eliminated from our exams. There is no need to make value judgments or give our political impression, since History must be analyzed objectively. Furthermore, the person reading our test may not share our opinion and may not like what he reads. So, our opinion is our own and understand that an exam is not a time for debate or confrontation.

5. Basics  

The contents to prepare for the EvAU History exam, like the others, have a series of basic concepts and technicalities that must be handled to develop an appropriate language for the subject. There are not too many of them and they are also repeated, but you have to be very clear about them so as not to confuse them, because in conversations outside the historical scope that they can hear, but they do not have the same meaning or they are not even being used appropriately, such as, for example: Liberalism or Old Regime.

6. Memorize

In the first key I commented that you should not memorize the subject and “let go” of what you have read like an automaton, that is a bad study habit. First it is always to understand/understand what we read, but next, we do not have to learn them and for that we have to “memorize” it and then translate it. But we must keep in mind that here the term memorize is not a purpose but a tool.

7. Use of chronological axes

In History there are many dates that place events. You do NOT have to learn all the dates, not all of them are necessary, but they are important to organize the concepts. For this, it is best to make some chronological axes at home with the basic ideas and thus we can see the succession of facts and ideas. They will help us a lot to situate ourselves and to be able to later develop our scheme.

We hope that you can get the most out of it when preparing your EvAU, EBAU or PCE UNEDasiss Selectivity exams in Spanish History. If you want to practice with real exams, visit our page exam models, and if you want to be aware of the latest news about our school and the activities we carry out, visit our profile of Insta.

EvAU/EBAU 2023 selectivity exams. Luis Vives Study Center
[Updated 2024]✒Information about the EvAU Selectivity | EBAU

Hello, #Vivers! Every year all the autonomous communities invite all students who wish to enter university to take an entrance exam. Anyone who knows us a little already knows that we are a center with years of experience specialized in preparing students for university entrance tests. If you still don't know us and are thinking about preparing for the EvAU Selectivity exams | EBAU 2024, keep reading 👀, this entry is for you.

Who is the test aimed at?

You can apply for the EvAU selectivity | EBAU through three access routes:

  1. Students who have completed high school and want to go to university. 
  2. Students who have completed their Higher Level Training Cycle. This group will only have to take the exams from the subjects of the voluntary phase Of the test. They will not have to take the general phase exam, this grade will be equivalent to their final grade of the training cycle. 
  3. Students who have obtained the Baccalaureate degree through the free baccalaureate test for those over 20 years of age. If you are looking for a center specialized in this test, do not hesitate to contact our collaborating center Bravosol Academy.

What subjects should I take?

All students who have completed the Baccalaureate will have to take the EvAU Selectivity exam | EBAU 2024 of the common subjects. These subjects are also called “mandatory phase”, since they are independent of the type of Baccalaureate that has been taken. On the other hand, there are those that will determine the access route, also called “voluntary phase.” In any case, you can present up to a maximum of 6 subjects. 

  1. General phase: Language and Text Commentary, second foreign language (English, for example) and History of Spain or History of Philosophy (choose one). These subjects will be common to all students. 
  2. Modality Trunk: This subject varies depending on the branch chosen in your Baccalaureate. At the time of calculate your grade of EvAU selectivity | EBAU, this subject can be considered in both the general phase and the specific phase. This is how the subjects would be grouped according to the different branches of knowledge:
  • Sciences and technology: Mathematics II.
  • Fine Arts: Artistic Drawing or Musical Analysis or Performing Arts (depending on path).
  • Humanities and social sciences: Latin or Mathematics applied to Social Sciences.
  • General: General sciences.
  1. Specific phase: Here you must choose the subjects that best suit you. ponder in the grade you want to study. They are normally classified as follows:
  • Engineering and Architecture: Physics and Technical Drawing.
  • Sciences and Health Sciences: Biology, Physics and Chemistry.
  • Humanities and Social Sciences: Geography and Business and Business Model Design. 
  • Fine Arts: History of Art and Design. 

EvAU selectivity exam calendar | EBAU

The EvAU Selectivity tests | EBAU 2024 in Madrid will be convened on the following dates:

  • Ordinary call: June 3, 4, 5 and 6. Coincidences and incidents June 7.
  • Extraordinary call: July 2, 3 and 4. Coincidences and incidents July 5.

EvAU Madrid schedules in the ordinary call 2024

HORALUNES 3Tuesday 4MIÉRCOLES 5THURSDAY 6
9:30-11:00Language and literatureLanguage and literatureMusical analysis
General sciences
Greek
Mathematics II
Performing Arts
Artistic drawing
Latin
CCSS Mathematics
11:00-12:00RestRestRestRest
12:00-13:30History of Spain or PhilosophyHistory of Spain or PhilosophyPhysics
Artistic Fundamentals
Geography
Cultural and Artistic Movements
Biology
Technical drawing
Music and dance
Dramatic Literature
Graphic-Plastic Expression Techniques
13:30-16:00RestRestRestRest
16: 00-17.30Foreign languageForeign languageChoir and Vocal Technique
Integrated
Company and Business Model Design
Geology and Environmental Sciences
Technology and Engineering
Technical Drawing applied to Plastic Arts and Design
History of art
Chemistry
Second Foreign Language
EvAU Madrid 2024 schedules. Source: www.ucm.es

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Solved exams EvAU July 2022 - Luis Vives Study Center
📑Solved exams EvAU July 2022

Hello, #Vivers! This week the exams for the extraordinary EvAU 2022 call were held. We did not miss our appointment and we bring you the solved EvAU exams for July 2022.

EvAU exam dates July 2022.

As has been happening in recent years, the extraordinary call for the EvAU takes place during the first days of July. This year, in Madrid, they took place between July 5 and 8.

  • Tuesday, July 5: Language and Text Commentary, History of Spain and English
  • Wednesday, July 6: Mathematics II, History of Philosophy, Physics and Business Economics.
  • Thursday, July 7: CCSS Mathematics, Fundamentals of Art, Latin, Geography, Biology, Technical Drawing, Chemistry and Art History.
  • Friday, July 8: Incidents and Coincidences.

As we did with the PCE UNEDasiss exams in May and with those of the ordinary EvAU call, our teachers will solve the exams through explanatory videos that you can see in our Youtube. You can also access the solution to the exams from the links available in this article, by clicking below the icons for each subject. The document with the corrections will be available as we have the exam solutions and their corresponding video.

Exams on Tuesday, July 5, 2022.

Language

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History of Spain

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English

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Wednesday, July 6, 2022.

Mathematics II

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History of Philosophy

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Physics

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Business Economics

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Thursday, July 7, 2022.

CCSS Mathematics

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Fundamentals of Art

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Latin

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Geography

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Biology

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Technical drawing

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Chemistry

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History of art

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Remember that once you have viewed the corrections of the solved exams of the extraordinary EvAU 2022 selectivity call that interest you and you have an approximate idea of ​​the grade you think you can obtain in each of the exams, in our EvAU grade calculator You will be able to see what university entrance grade you will have.

We hope that in this extraordinary call you obtain the desired results. In case you do not get the necessary grade and cannot access the degree you want, we remind you that starting in September, we put at your disposal our extensive EvAU Selectivity course, so that in this way you can prepare in the best possible way to try again in the EvAU 2023 selectivity. If you want more information about it, you can request it through our form contact or, writing to us E-mail or by WhatsApp.

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📑Solved exams EvAU June 2022

Hello, #Vivers! Just as we did with the exams of the ordinary PCE UNEDasiss selectivity call, starting today we will upload solved exams from the ordinary call of the EvAU 2022 selectivity.

Dates of the EvAU 2022 selectivity exams

As you already know, the EvAU 2022 selectivity exams in Madrid are held between June 6 and 9 in all public universities in the Community of Madrid.

  • Monday, June 6: History of Spain, English and Language and Text Commentary.
  • Tuesday, June 7: History of Spain, English and Language and Text Commentary.
  • Wednesday, June 8: Mathematics II, History of Philosophy, Physics and Business Economics.
  • Thursday, June 9: CCSS Mathematics, Fundamentals of Art, Latin, Geography of Spain, Biology, Technical Drawing, Chemistry, Art History.

This calendar is the one corresponding to the public universities of the Community of Madrid, and may vary in other autonomous communities, both in the dates of celebration and in the order of the exams.

This year, as we also did with the PCE selectivity exams, we are also going to prepare videos for you with the explanation of the exam correction. As soon as we have them, you will be able to see them in our YouTube Channel, which you can access from the links that we will enable under the icon corresponding to each subject.

Solved EvAU exams for Monday, June 6, 2022.

History of Spain

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English

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Language

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Exams on Tuesday, June 7, 2022.

History of Spain

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English

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Language

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Exams on Wednesday, June 8, 2022.

Mathematics II

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History of Philosophy

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Physics

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Business Economics

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Exams on Thursday, June 9, 2022.

CCSS Mathematics

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Fundamentals of Art

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Latin

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Geography of Spain

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Biology

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Technical drawing

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Chemistry

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History of art

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Remember that once you have seen the correction of all the solved EvAU 2022 selectivity exams that interest you and you have an idea of ​​the grade you think you can obtain in each of the subjects, in our EvAU grade calculator You will be able to see what university entrance grade you will have.

We wish you all the luck in the world. In the event that you do not achieve the desired results, we remind you that you can appear again in the extraordinary call, which will be held at the beginning of July and in which you will have a new opportunity to obtain the grade you need to access the degree. what you want And for those of you who do not get it this year, we remind you that starting in September, we make our extensive EvAU Selectivity course, so that in this way you can prepare in the best possible way to try again in the EvAU 2023 selectivity. If you want more information about it, you can request it through our form contact or, writing to us E-mail or by WhatsApp.

Solved EvAU 2021 selectivity exams. Luis Vives Study Center
📄 Solved exams EvAU 2021

Hello, #Vivers! At the Luis Vives Study Center, we always like to help you as much as possible and we know that one of the ways to do so is by correcting and publishing the exams of the different tests for which our students prepare. In today's article, we bring you the solved exams for the EvAU 2021 selectivity exams in Madrid.

Dates of the EvAU 2021 selectivity exams

The EvAU selectivity exams for the 2021 ordinary call were held between June 7 and 11 at the different public universities in Madrid. The dates assigned for the different exams were the following:

  • Monday, June 7: Spanish Language and Literature, History of Spain and English (Science).
  • Tuesday, June 8: Spanish Language and Literature, History of Spain and English (Social Sciences and Humanities).
  • Wednesday, June 9: Mathematics II, History of Philosophy, Physics and Business Economics.
  • Thursday, June 10: Mathematics Applied to Social Sciences, Latin, Geography, Biology, Technical Drawing, Chemistry and Art History.
  • Friday, June 11: incidents and coincidences.

Resolution of the exams

The publication of the different EvAU 2021 selectivity exams, our team of teachers has been working on resolving them. These solved EvAU exams can be of help to you both in the face of possible claims, and for those students who are going to take the extraordinary call that is held between July 6 and 9 and want to know in which exercises they failed exactly and thus being able to work on improving them.

History of art
Biology
Technical drawing
Business Economics
History of Philosophy
Physics
Geography
History of Spain – model 1
History of Spain – model 2
English – model 1
English – model 2
Latin
Language and text commentary – model 1
Language and text commentary – model 2
CCSS Mathematics
Mathematics II
Chemistry

We wish good luck to all of you who are going to take the extraordinary call, as well as to those who have achieved the desired grade in the ordinary call and are going to begin your university career during the next academic year. And for those of you who don't get it this year, starting in September, we put at your disposal our extensive EvAU Selectivity course, so that in this way you can prepare in the best possible way to try again in the EvAU 2022 selectivity. If you want more information about it, you can request it through our form contact or, writing to us E-mail or by WhatsApp.

The 5 best careers for access to university selectivity 2021. Luis Vives Study Center
👩‍🎓The 5 degrees with the highest employability rate in Spain

Hello, #Vivers! Study what you like, or study a career with opportunities? Maybe you have always been a person who has been clear about what he wants to be when he grows up. Or maybe not. If you are not clear about your vocation and are preparing for the selectivity exam to enter university, keep reading, because perhaps you had not considered choosing your university major and determining your professional development based on the ease of obtaining a position. work, and the remuneration offered by some business sectors.

Before reaching the job market, many of you find yourself having to choose which university degree to pursue without having finished defining your vocation. So, to help you, we present the university degrees with the greatest employability in Spain:

University access. The 5 races with the best start.

1 Medicine

  • Itinerary: Health Sciences
  • Cut-off score 2024 in Madrid: 13,31 (UCM)

One of the careers with the most difficult access is also the one with the highest employability rate. 92,1% of medical graduates get a job before the age of 30. Medicine is one of the careers that requires students to have a vocation for study and be willing to continue training throughout their professional career. Likewise, most health sciences degrees have a very high job placement rate.

2. Electrical Engineering

  • Itinerary: Engineering and Architecture
  • Cut-off score 2024 in Madrid: 10,49 (UPM)

If words like magnetic flux, power, electrical tension and intensity seem interesting to you, you should know that 85,6% of graduates of this university degree get a job before the age of 30. Its graduates, in addition to creating and signing projects, design and analyze physical systems of varying complexity, facilities, equipment and products, in the field of Electrical Engineering.

3. Computer Engineering

  • Itinerary: Engineering and Architecture
  • Cut-off score 2024 in Madrid: 10,68 (UPM)

We can no longer conceive a world without computers, mobile phones and household appliances connected to the internet. So companies are increasingly demanding workers capable of navigating information and communication technologies (ICT) naturally. If your passion is computers, do not doubt that it can be a good choice for the selectivity exam: almost 85% of computer science graduates find a job when they leave their degree.

4. Statistics

  • Itinerary: Social and Legal Sciences
  • Cut-off score 2024 in Madrid: 11,78 (UC3M)

Data, data and more data. Companies need to collect a lot of data to properly guide their activity. But, more importantly, they also need people who know how to analyze and interpret that data. Opinion studies, market studies, audiences, biomedical research. 83% of statistics graduates are managing data in a company before they turn 30.

5. Business Administration and Management (ADE)

  • Itinerary: Social and Legal Sciences
  • Cut-off score 2024 in Madrid: 10,39 (UCM)

Microeconomics, macroeconomics, finance, banking, insurance, labor management... companies are one of the engines of society. If you specialize in ADE, you will access the labor market with some ease to find a job. 

Bonus: Art History

  • Itinerary: Arts
  • Cut-off score 2024 in Madrid: 5,00 (UCM)

We did not want to finish this ranking without getting a university degree in the Arts branch. More than half of Art History graduates find a job of their own before the age of 30. We hope that if this is your vocation, this information encourages you to study this career.

This article has been prepared based on the job placement report most recent (2018) published by the Ministry of Sciences, Innovation and Universities. And you, what career are you thinking of entering? If you leave us a comment indicating the career you would like to pursue, we will tell you the percentage of graduates who find a job after completing that degree. And if you have any other questions regarding selectivity, do not hesitate to contact contact with us and we will try to resolve it.