The requirements for the Programmes in Medicine and Dental Medicine in English for the 2019 admission tests in Chemistry and Biology will consist of FIVE sections:
Section A: Multiple-Choice Questions
Four proposed answers will be given for every question, as candidates should mark only ONE answer. All questions carry equal marks. If the candidate marks more than one answer, he/she will receive NO MARKS for that question. No marks will be deducted for wrong answers.
Section B: Gap Filling Questions
Each test item has four missing words or terms. In this section the candidates are required to write the most appropriate words or terms that may fill the gaps.
Section C: Matching Questions
The candidates will be asked to match each item from column 1 with those given in column 2.
Section D: True/False Questions
These questions require a candidate to assess whether the presented statement is true or false.
Section E: Definitions and Explanations
The candidates will be asked to briefly explain certain Chemical or Biological concepts as well as to provide samples where applicable.
The duration of each test (Biology and Chemistry) is 1 hour and 30 minutes. Both of the tests are conducted on the same date, couple of times on different dates during the application period.
Prospective students will also have the chance to visit the University and feel its spirit and life during our Open days conducted at the University the day before the Entry tests.
ENTRY TESTS DATES
How to prepare for the Entry tests
We advise you to consider the following:
- А HANDBOOK OF BIOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY TEST ITEMS - 2018
To order the eBook "A Handbook of Biology and Chemistry Test Items", please click here
То order the print book "A Handbook of Biology and Chemistry Test Items", please click here
- BIOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY LISTS OF TOPICS
The lists of topics for the Entry tests in Biology and Chemistry are available here: Biology , Chemistry
How to register for the Entry tests
Applicants who are in their last year of high school (and who have studied Biology and Chemistry subjects on secondary school level) are also eligible to sit the Entry tests, even before obtaining their leaving certificates (high school diploma). They will further need to submit the rest of the required application documents by September 10th.
Only applicants whose e-applications got the status "successfully registered" will be allowed to sit the Entry tests. Applications with the status "pending validation", "incomplete" or "draft" will not be allowed to write the tests.
To access the online platform for submission of your e-application, simply click on the following: http://e-application.mu-varna.bg/card and Register.
The administrative fee for sitting the Entry tests in English amounts to 200 euro (non-refundable fee) as it is required to be covered in advance not later than one week before the Entry Tests date.
The University bank account is as follows:
DSK BANK PLC, Sofia /Bulgaria
IBAN: BG05STSA93003400040702 - for payments in euro
In favour of: Medical University Varna
55 "Marin Drinov" Str., Varna 9000, Bulgaria
Applicants who failed the preliminary Biology and/or Chemistry Entry tests in English or who get a low pass (or simply are not satisfied with the obtained Entry tests results) would have the chance (upon their written request, sent to the Office of Admissions) to resit the entry test/s during the announced regular (following) test dates.
The administrative fee for each retake test (Biology or Chemistry) amounts to 100 euro, payable to the University bank account.
The applicants` results from the Biology and Chemistry entry tests in English will participate in the final classification and ranking of all applicants.
Important! Only applicants who have submitted the whole set of the required paper supporting application documents (legalized and translated into Bulgarian language as per our requirements) would be included in the final ranking/s of the applicants (for further information please refer to application documents).
Place of conducting the Entry test in English
The auditorium number is usually announced a week before the examination and will be communicated with the registered applicants.
The examinations start at 9.00 a.m.