Of the total scores, 161 belong to Mathematics, 17 to Language and Communication, 27 to History and Social Sciences and 15 to Science. The vice president of Cruch, Juan Manuel Zolezzi called on all students to apply taking into account all the information available to avoid mistakes.
The Council of Rectors of Chilean Universities, in conjunction with the Single Admission System, released the list of students of the promotion who reached the maximum score in the University Selection Tests, for the 2014 admission process. In total There are 220 in the whole country. Of these scores 161 belong to Mathematics, 17 to Language and Communication, 27 to History and Social Sciences and 15 to Science.
The vice president of Cruch, Juan Manuel Zolezzi, sent his congratulations to all those who took the test, in particular those who obtained national scores. He noted that “these results are the fruit of the efforts of the students and their families, so we are happy that they are successfully completing this process. Now the applications are coming and we hope that both they and those who will know their results tomorrow will carefully review their options and apply in the best way ”.
Rector Zolezzi sent a special greeting to José González Pincheira, from the National Institute, who obtained three national scores: Language and Communication, Mathematics and Sciences.
In this context, Rector Zolezzi reminded students of the importance of being informed and analyzing all the available options regarding the careers and universities to which they are interested in applying. He added that they should take into account that last year's cut-off scores are only referential and that as a result of the change in weightings, these could vary. For this reason, he made a call to apply carefully, considering his preferences and the academic quality of the institutions.
It should be remembered that the application process begins on December 28 at 9 a.m. and ends on December 31 at 1 p.m. The application results will be known on Sunday, January 12 at 11 p.m.
The Single Admission System reported that by regions, it is reported that the one with the highest number of scores is the Metropolitan Region with 140 national scores. They are followed by the Region of Valparaíso and Bío Bío. Regarding the breakdown by gender, it was recorded that 82% of the national scores are obtained by men, while 18% are obtained by women. Continuing with this description according to dependency, it was observed that 32 of these national scores correspond to municipal establishments, while 42 of them belong to subsidized private establishments, while 146 are registered in paid private establishments.