Adlrv wrote:Thank you for valuable information about the test. I'm going to take the same test (or a similar one) in Estonia on the 18th.
Adlrv wrote:Do you have any tips about what types of problems should I focus on during my preparations (Geometry problems \ Percentage problems \ Types of equations \ Something else)? What about Physics and Chemistry? Was there also Organic Chemistry? What problems were new or different comparing to the examples from previous years? What problems were the most difficult ones in your opinion?
Adlrv wrote:Why do you think that only 3 people out of 7-8 are going to pass? If I'm reading the stats from 2011 correctly (http://www.koulutusnetti.fi/files/amk_a ... _s2011.pdf), some polytechnics weren't even able to fill all the studying places (columns "Valpat" and "Valitut"). Some polytechnics even have the lowest acceptance scores ("Alin pistemäära") as low as 20 percent (Vaasa, Rovaniemi) for IT ("Tietotekniikan"). Or am I wrong or missing something?
menene wrote:Maths here are basic... would take a closer look to geometry if you didn't. The rest... you should know how to do it if you have High School - I did the Social Sciences (and not pure science) and I was able to do them all, except one of geometry.
I can't talk about chemistry since I know nothing about it, I did the physics part. One problem was about a plane heading to the north at certain velocity and wind hitting the plane from the east at other velocity, and you had to calculate velocity and direction. The other two were about forces and gravity, normal stuff you can found on another exams.
menene wrote:Oh, that was an innocent comment. You know, I saw their faces and they were like and blank answer sheets (we were sit in front of each other). I don't really know if they will pass or what
tireboy wrote:hello people. any tips for taking the exam? :/
Adlrv wrote:Took the test in Estonia today. Looks like it wasn't the same test as in Germany (judging by what Menene wrote earlier about the test in Germany). As I expected, there seem to be at least several versions of the same test.
The test went fine and I was able to solve all 10 problems in 2.5 hours. Most of the problems were very similar to those in the sample tests. Some problems were slightly more difficult and required a bit of thinking. The logical deduction part contained the usual math problems and I don't see why they had to name it "logical deduction".
The first problem contained 3 basic equations. There were no logarithms, trigonometry equations, inequalities or anything advanced. There were also 2 geometry problems. The physics part was about calculating velocities, acceleration and forces.
chungpham wrote:What kind of problem are there in math and logical?
chungpham wrote:Oh. Thank you. I've just seen. I'll apply IT. Have you done your exam in Vietnam? Is there difficult?
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