The second application of the PSU ends with the rendering of the Science test in all the authorized premises

The executive vice president of CRUCH, Aldo Valle, reiterated that the plenary session of rectors will evaluate this Wednesday the two days of delivery of the University Selection Tests.

This Tuesday, January 28, the second application of the University Selection Tests (PSU) culminated, after the surrender of the elective Science test. The executive vice president of the Council of Rectors of Chilean Universities (CRUCH), rector Aldo Valle, appreciated that the evaluation has been rendered in the 228 authorized sites, without major incidents that made it necessary to suspend the application in some of the sites.

Regarding the applicants who could not take the PSU, the CRUCH authority reiterated that "the Council of Rectors will undoubtedly give an answer to those who were prevented from taking any of the Mathematics or Language tests."

In these cases, the courses of action will be defined tomorrow by the plenary session of the CRUCH, after evaluating the two days of taking the tests. The agreements will be communicated "with the greatest anticipation and opportunity, via email, which has been the way in which the entire process was communicated for January 27 and 28".

The academic authority anticipated that the courses of action established by the plenary session of the Council of Rectors will ensure that there are no delays in the date committed for the publication of the results of the PSU, that is, Monday, February 24.

Contribution of families and institutions


Valle also thanked the government and public institutions that participated in different ways in this stage of the 2020 Admission Process, as well as the university communities that supported the second application of the PSUs.

Likewise, the rector of the University of Valparaíso also valued the contribution of "the families who accompanied their sons and daughters many times with great concern and impatience, but who finally trusted that the country could give an answer."

The executive vice president of CRUCH also assured that “it would have been very difficult for higher education not to have been able to apply this University Selection Test”.