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Assessment of Adequacy of Personal Readiness
The Assessment of Adequacy of Personal Readiness is the tool provided by the Educational Regulations to assess your preparation for the purpose of matriculation to the Master's Degree.
Who should conduct the Verification
If you obtained a score of 9/10 or above the highest grade of the bachelor's degree that meets the requirements of the curriculum, or obtained a final grade corresponding to the "A" classification of the ECTS system, you are exempt from the individual preparation test.
How to access
To take the Verification of Adequacy of Graduate Personal Readiness you must make the pre-registration so as to be on the lists of students who must take the test.
Following that, if the test is successful, you must confirm your matriculation.
For pre-registration and the test you will not have to pay anything. Payment of the registration fee and regional fee is due at the time of confirmation of registration.
You must pay the registration fee and regional fee.
N.B.: Pre-registration and verification of personal preparation adequacy are free of charge. Payment of the application fee and regional fee is expected at the time of confirmation of registration.
How it works
If the criteria for admission are met, candidates will have to take a requirements assessment before a committee to ascertain their general knowledge.
The examination will be in the form of a written test or public interview and is designed to assess the candidate's general preparation, with particular reference to knowledge of the fundamentals and applied and professional aspects related to the specific engineering classes.
The candidate must also demonstrate adequate English language proficiency by providing appropriate certification or, in the absence thereof, by passing the test B2 organized by the Language Skills Development Sector of the University of Genoa (formerly CLAT UniGe). The English language proficiency requirement is also met if the student holds a degree in English, to be certified through an official document or letter issued by the corresponding university and indicating that the studies were carried out in English. If the preceding conditions are not met, English proficiency must be assessed as part of the aforementioned personal preparation test by the corresponding Examination Board. In the latter case, the ability to use the English language fluently is also among the subjects of this test.