What is uniTEST?
uniTEST is a multiple choice test consisting of around 90 questions and lasting for two and a half hours. The test is a cognitive test evaluating your academic aptitude within the following areas:
- Critical reasoning
This section of the test covers the ability to analyse, argument and to make decisions on the basis of the information that the questions provide. Critical reasoning is relevant within all areas of the university.
- Quantitative reasoning
This section of the test covers the ability to solve problems and to deal with the given information of the questions that contain comprehensible quantitative statements like numbers, spreadsheets, texts and graphs.
- Verbal reasoning
This section of the test covers the ability to understand the meaning of a text and to assess the social and cultural context that the text indicates.
The three areas are weighted equally in your uniTEST score.
The test can be conducted in either Danish or English of your own choice.
Prepare yourself for uniTEST
uniTEST is not a test of your knowledge. All you need to know in order to answer the questions correctly will be presented to you before each question. Here are some pieces of advice on how to prepare:
- Prepare a strategy in order to make the most use of your time.
- Proceed if you're stuck. You don't have a lot of time to answer each question, so it's important that you don't come to a halt if a question is difficult to answer. It's better to proceed and return to the difficult questions later on.
- Read a lot of books, news papers and articles before attending the test to train your reading speed.