SANTA CRUZ DE TENERIFE, June 17. (EUROPE PRESS) –
92.15% of the students enrolled in the province of Santa Cruz de Tenerife in the ordinary call of the EBAU, held between June 8 and 11, have been approved, which is equivalent to 4,271 people, out of a total of 4,692 registered, while 364 failed to pass the test and 57 stopped presenting themselves.
By islands, of the 4,173 people registered in Tenerife, 3,779 passed (equivalent to 91.75%), 340 were approved and 54 did not show up; in La Palma, of 406 registered, 382 (94.79%) passed, 21 failed and 3 did not show up; in La Gomera, 87 of the 89 registered (97.75%) approved and the remaining two people were not approved and in El Hierro, 23 of a total of 24 people (95.83%) approved, one being not approved.
Regarding the results by options, the modality with the highest percentage of passes was Humanities and Social Sciences, Social Sciences itinerary, with 92.41% of passes, followed by Sciences, with 92. 32%; Arts, with 91.23% and Humanities and Social Sciences, Humanities itinerary, with 91.03%.
The students who completed the EBAU received their grades this Friday and from this same day until 12:00 on June 21, they can carry out the process of claiming grades online, a process during which the score will be reviewed and the exam corrected, and It can end with a grade both higher and lower than the one obtained in the first instance.
The qualifications with the results of the incorporated claims will be published on June 23, collects a note from the ULL.
With these qualifications delivered, the students will be able to request pre-registration in the degree titles of the University of La Laguna from next Monday until July 4.
The list of people admitted to the procedure will be published on July 8 and, after the claim deadline, on July 15 at 10:00 a.m. the first list of places and waiting list will be published, whose registration will be developed only for those who have obtained a place in the degree requested as first preference from that day until July 18.
The second list of allocation of places and waiting list will be published on July 21 and enrollment will last until the 25th.
The execution of the waiting lists will take place on July 27 and 28, and registration between July 29 and August 1.
On the 3rd of that same month, the university will publish the places that have not been filled, which will be offered again in the extraordinary pre-registration that will open on August 29.