According to the first cut-off notes of degrees published by educational institutions, thirty degrees or double degrees awarded by the public universities of Castilla y León give graduate and vocational training students an average of above twelve to reach their studies the following year. grade is required. Collected by Ical Agency. They are slightly higher than last year, making it the highest cut-off grade in history to enter the university.
The new eBou format, implemented as a result of the pandemic, where students are allowed more flexibility in answering test questions, prompts an increase in grades. Castilla y León repeated itself as one of the autonomous states with the highest percentage of approved, with 98.4 percent, two points higher than the previous year. And there are consequences when it comes to entering a career with a high demand for students. Not in vain, 30 degrees with a cutoff above twelve is three less than last year, but nine more than in 2020.
The University of Salamanca (Usal) submits, according to information consulted by Ical, 17 of careers that require higher grades (above twelve), followed by Valladolid (UVA), with ten; Leon (ULE), with three, and Burgos (UBU), without any. USAL’s double degree in Biotechnology and Pharmacy once again has the privilege of leading the ranking of the highest qualification in the community, with a maximum first cut-off score of 13,661 (compared to 13,775 last year).
Thirty races require more than 12 to get a spot – Photo: FS ICAL
This is followed by two other double degrees in physics and mathematics, with scores of 13,640 and 13,600, respectively, by the Universities of Salamanca and Valladolid.
In this way, due to the high demand for admission applications and the lack of number of places, they once again overtook a ‘classic’ of notes. This is about the degree of Medicine in UVA with 13,293, the lowest compared to last year and 13,255 in Usal.
Now, the first registration period begins and in case of vacancies, a new period will be opened for the following students in the waiting list.