Madrid students who were examined on Wednesday in Mathematics II in the University Access Assessment (EvAU) have shown their indignation due to the difficulty of the questions and have asked to repeat the test.

The proof lasted 90 minutes and was held on Wednesday June 9 during the third day of the EvAU in which the exams of the subjects of the Baccalaureate of Science modality were carried out. Specifically, the Mathematics II exam contained eight questions worth 2.5 points each of which students had to choose four to answer. The reason for the difficulty lies in the statistics block, with questions that “were not included in the agenda,” as a high school student, Lucía, explained to Efe.

Shameful. People crying in the middle of the exam, crying when leaving“or” I hope the corrector of my math II exam at #EBAU is blind “are some of the comments with which students have expressed their frustration on social media after finishing the test.

The Minister of Education and Youth and acting Government spokesman, Enrique Ossorio, visits the Autonomous University of Madrid COMMUNITY OF MADRID 6/10/2021

The Union of Students demands the repetition of the test and that the new exam is carried out “as soon as possible” so that “the note counts in the ordinary call of June”. “This is nothing new, it has been very complicated,” a spokeswoman for the Student Union told Efe, saying that “something like this happens every year with a subject” at EvAU.

The results of the EvAU tests will be announced on June 17, 2021, from 12 noon, and the claim period will be open on 18, 21 and until 2:00 p.m. on June 22.


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