The selectivity of the new normality arrives

Image of students taking one of the EBAU exams last year at the Tafira campus of the ULPGC. / JUAN CARLOS ALONSO

11,116 students present this year to the EBAU, which begins this Wednesday, in the two Canarian public universities, 502 more than last year

Louisa del Rosario

This Wednesday
11,116 students from the Canary Islands take the Baccalaureate Assessment for University Access (EBAU). A test that for a large part of the student body, at least for those who dream of degrees in which the cut-off mark is decisive, will mark their university future. This will also be the EBAU of the new normal.

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