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Admission 2023

Here we tell you if you can choose your best scores during this 2023 admission process if you took admission tests such as the PDT 2021, Winter PDT 2022 and the current PAES.

Can I choose my best score if I took the test last year or take the PAES?
© Agency OneCan I choose my best score if I took the test last year or take the PAES?

Today, Friday, August 5, the results of the University Transition Test (PTU)also known as winter PDTproves that it serves as a tool for enter university education during this admission process 2023.

It should be remembered that, thanks to the winter OCTthe youth of the country may enter university education without taking the Higher Education Access Test (PAES) or perform both and use the best scores according to the tests carried out, including: Reading Comprehension, Mathematics, Science and History and Social Sciences.

If you gave up winter OCTdo not forget to enter HERE to see your results. If for any reason you were not satisfied with your scores, you can still take the SEAP 2022.

SEAP 2022

The PAES It is an exam that seeks to measure fundamental skills that allow applicants to integrate and use knowledge in various contextsmore than the evaluation focused on the contents, compared to the extinct USP.

One of the most important changes to the test is its scoring scale. This time, the evaluation will have scores starting from 100 to 1,000 points and not from 150 to 850 like the old evaluation.

It is important to point out that the deadline to register for the SEAP 2022 is until August 10. To sign up go to this LINK.

Can I choose my best score if I took the test last year or take the PAES?

The answer is a resounding yes. From this process of admission 2023 removed the concept of “score block”namely, the best scores in each of the current admission tests will be considered separately. You can apply with the scores obtained from the PDT 2021, Winter PDT 2022 and the current PAES who will surrender between November 28 to 30, 2022.

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