The Spanish university admission tests, known as PAU will take place on 7, 8 and 9 June 2022. The results will be made public on 17 June, starting at 1 p.m. You may request a review of your test results on 20, 21 and 22 June.
In July, the PAU tests will take place on days 5, 6 and 7; and the results will be made public on 12 July, from 5 p.m. onwards. You may request a review of your test results on 15, 18 and 19 July.
Students who take the PAU tests in July must fill in their pre-registration form without knowing their PAU marks, as pre-registration ends on 8 July while the results of the PAU tests will only be announced on 12 July. That is why in the Valencian Community, it is possible to select up to 20 degrees, taught at one or more of the five Valencian public universities, in the pre-registration process.
You may pre-register from 20 June to 8 July, until 2 p.m. The results of the pre-registration process will be made public on 15 July. Pre-registration in the Valencian Community must be done online, through an assistant belonging to the Valencian Government (Generalitat Valenciana).
In the Valencian Community, it is possible to select up to 20 degrees, taught at one or more of the five Valencian public universities, in the pre-registration process.The order in which you enter the degrees is very important, due to the way the waiting lists work. For example, if a person obtains a place in the degree that they have placed second, they remain on the waiting list for the degree that they placed first, but are erased from the waiting lists of the degrees that they placed below the second position -i.e., third, fourth, fifth and so on.
For those admitted to the Universitat Politècnica de València (UPV), registration dates are are 19 and 20 July. The UPV will send a personalised message, including the registration date and time, to their mobile phone.
Registering is essential in order not to lose your place. If, for example, you obtain a place in the degree that you placed second when you pre-registered, but your real interest is in the degree that you placed first, you should register for your second-choice degree anyway. If you do not, you will automatically lose your place for any degree in the Valencian Community. Alternatively, if you do register, should the waiting list for your first-choice degree move on so that you finally get a place in it, you will only have to transfer your academic transcripts there -no need to register again.