Posted by: Christina Soldan | April 9, 2010

Student Examination 2010

CompassWe wish Andrea and SPID3b-students good luck tomorrow!!

Tomorrow,  April 10, 2010, at 8:30-16:15, it is time for the university examination for all who want to do it and who are interested. The Student Examination is divided into five blocks, each of which is 50 minutes long: 

  1. DTK – diagrams, tables and maps
  2. LÄS – Reading of the Swedish text
  3. NOG – Mathematics and logic
  4. ELF – Reading of English text
  5. ORD – Words and concepts

The answers are published on the Web, in newspapers and on teletext and you can check and see how many correct answers you had. 

Aids during the test

 • Pencil
 • Eraser
 • Pencil sharpeners
 • Standard straight blade
 • Highlighter (neon pen)

ID

At the beginning and during the test days are the identification checks. Therefore, you must have a valid ID with. If you can not identify yourself, you get no test results.

Cheating and irregularities

If you cheat or violate the rules are writing your test leaders a piece of note. For example, continuing to write after the trial period has ended, despite being told, is automatically removed from the subsample. If you are using prohibited aids or cheat in any other way, you get all your test results annulled. Your test leader will tell you that you have received a complaint and you also have the right to read what he or she has written.

Facts

Entrance to university is divided into different sample groups. An example is the group for those with high school grades. Another group is if you have results from the Student Examination. The test can be used for five years and the registration fee is 350 SEK. There are test centers all over Sweden, but also abroad. The actual test days are planned and implemented by 23 universities and colleges of about 150 locations in Sweden (Campus in Skellefteå). They are also responsible for all administrative costs associated with notification.

The first university test was April 23, 1977 and was written by 2 181 people. Since 2000 onwards, the number of candidates has been between 65 000 and 80 000 people annually (Source: studera.nu).

// Christina Soldan

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Responses

  1. good luck tomorrow!!

  2. good luck!!!!!

  3. good luck guys 😀
    i hope you all will take your exams 🙂

  4. I got 2.0


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