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Welcome
to the Registration Portal for Admission Tests
of Saint Camillus International University of Health and Medical Sciences
A.Y. 2021/2022

This portal allows users to register for the entrance tests to the following Degree Programs, based on the activation dates provided for each competition notice:

  • Medicine and Surgery
  • Health professions
  • Dentistry and Dental Prosthesis


Applicants from EU Countries, Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Switzerland, Republic of San Marino and the United Kingdom

The registration for the ordinary session for the A.Y. 2021/2022 will be possible from the 9th November 2020 until the 14th February 2021.

The admission test will be as follows:

  • 20th February 2021: Health professions
  • 21th February 2021: Medicine and Surgery and Dentistry and Dental Prosthesis

Applicants from EU Countries, Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Switzerland, Republic of San Marino and the United Kingdom can register by following this procedure:

  • registration on the portal;
  • payment of the registration fee using PayPal;
  • selection of the Degree Program (only for applications to the Health professions Degree Courses).

To complete the registration for admission tests, each candidate must do the following:

  • register on the portal;
  • confirm the registration by clicking on the link that is sent via email;
  • pay the registration fee for the test, specifically following the guided procedure on the portal;
  • make sure you have received an email confirming payment;
  • for candidates applying to Health professions Degree Courses ONLY: enter your personal area on the portal and follow the instructions to indicate which course(s) you are applying for and in which order of preference. Your registration is confirmed when you receive another email.

EVALUATION CRITERIA FOR THE A.Y. 2021/2022

Medicine and Surgery

All admission tests consist of a multiple-choice test with 60 questions which have 5 response options, among which the candidate must identify only one answer, discarding the wrong, arbitrary or less probable conclusions. The test will last 60 minutes.

The questions are divided as follows:

  • 15 questions of logic, problem solving and text comprehension;
  • 10 questions of biology;
  • 10 questions of chemistry;
  • 10 questions of physics;
  • 5 questions of mathematics;
  • 10 questions related to the specific humanitarian mission of the University.

For the evaluation of the test a maximum score of 90 points is attributed according to the following criteria:

  • 1.5 point for each correct answer;
  • minus 0.25 points for each wrong answer;
  • 0 points for each unanswered question or multiple marking or, in any case, for all ambiguous responses.

Candidates with a score of less than 20 points will not be admitted, regardless of their ranking.

Dentistry and Dental Prosthesis

All admission tests consist of a multiple-choice test with 60 questions which have 5 response options, among which the candidate must identify only one answer, discarding the wrong, arbitrary or less probable conclusions. The test will last 60 minutes.

The questions are divided as follows:

  • 15 questions of logic, problem solving and text comprehension;
  • 10 questions of biology;
  • 10 questions of chemistry;
  • 10 questions of physics;
  • 5 questions of mathematics;
  • 10 questions related to the specific humanitarian mission of the University.

For the evaluation of the test a maximum score of 90 points is attributed according to the following criteria:

  • 1.5 point for each correct answer;
  • minus 0.25 points for each wrong answer;
  • 0 points for each unanswered question or multiple marking or, in any case, for all ambiguous responses.

Health professions in English for EU citizens

All admission tests consist of a multiple-choice test with 60 questions which have 5 response options, among which the candidate must identify only one answer, discarding the wrong, arbitrary or less probable conclusions. The test will last 70 minutes.

The questions are divided as follows:

  • 20 questions o logical reasoning;
  • 5 questions of general knowledge;
  • 10 questions of biology;
  • 10 questions of chemistry;
  • 10 questions of physics;
  • 5 questions of mathematics.

For the evaluation of the test a maximum score of 60 points is attributed according to the following criteria:

  • 1 point for each correct answer;
  • minus 0.25 points for each wrong answer;
  • 0 points for each unanswered question or multiple marking or, in any case, for all ambiguous responses.

Health professions in Italian for EU citizens

Tutti i test di ammissione consistono in un test a scelta multipla con 60 domande che hanno 5 opzioni di risposta, tra cui il candidato deve identificare una sola risposta, scartando conclusioni errate, arbitrarie o meno probabili. Il test durerà 70 minuti.

Le domande sono così suddivise:

  • 20 domande di ragionamento logico;
  • 5 domande di cultura generale;
  • 10 domande di biologia;
  • 10 domande di chimica;
  • 10 domande di fisica;
  • 5 domande di matematica.

Per la valutazione del test viene assegnato un punteggio massimo di 60 punti secondo i seguenti criteri:

  • 1 punto per ogni risposta corretta;
  • meno 0,25 punti per ogni risposta errata;
  • 0 punti per ogni domanda senza risposta o marcatura multipla o, in ogni caso, per tutte le risposte ambigue.

RESULTS OF THE TESTS

The rankings of each Competition will be published on the University website.

Following the publication of the ranking, the portal for the online review of the test will be activated, where candidates can review their own tests and view details of the correct and incorrect answers.

Personal, confidential credentials for access to the portal will be provided at the exam location.

Applicants from NON-EU Countries

The registration for the ordinary session for the A.Y. 2021/2022 will be possible from the 15th March 2021 until the 30th May 2021.

Applicants from NON-EU Countries can register by following this procedure:

  • registration on the portal;
  • payment of the registration fee using PayPal;
  • selection of the Degree Program (only for applications to the Health professions Degree Courses).

To complete the registration for admission tests, each candidate must do the following:

  • register on the portal;
  • confirm the registration by clicking on the link that is sent via email;
  • pay the registration fee for the test, specifically following the guided procedure on the portal;
  • make sure you have received an email confirming payment;
  • for candidates applying to Health professions Degree Courses ONLY: enter your personal area on the portal and follow the instructions to indicate which course(s) you are applying for and in which order of preference. Your registration is confirmed when you receive another email.

EVALUATION CRITERIA FOR THE A.Y. 2020/2021

Medicine and Surgery

The access test for the Single Cycle Degree Course in Medicine and Surgery is divided into two parts (written test and oral test).

Written test

The written test is the computer based test "Internet Reasoning Test - 3" (hereinafter "IRT-3").

The test consists of three separate sections to be passed within a set time and each consisting of a series of multiple choice questions whose assessment is carried out as per the following scheme.

Sections N. Questions Points
(Min-max)
Verbal Reasoning (IRT3V)
Measure basic vocabulary, verbal fluency and ability to reason with words.
17 0-17
Numerical reasoning (IRT3N)
Measure your ability to use numbers logically and efficiently.
17 0-17
Abstract Reasoning (IRT3A)
It measures the ability to understand abstract logical problems and to use new information outside the field of previous experiences.
17 0-17
Total 51 0-51

The overall evaluation is obtained by adding the scores of the sections "Verbal Reasoning", "Numerical Reasoning", and "Abstract Reasoning" for a maximum score of 51 points.

Oral exam

The oral interview - which will take place electronically - will test the candidate's knowledge on the following topics: general knowledge, notions of biology, chemistry, physics, and mathematics.

The overall assessment of the oral test ranges from a minimum of 0 to a maximum of 69 points.

The final score of each candidate is the result of the sum of the score obtained in the written test and that obtained in the oral test, for a maximum of 120 points.

The test written entirely in English, must be taken from April 15th until June 4th 2021 while the oral test must be taken from April 22nd until June 11th 2021.

Dentistry and Dental Prosthesis

The access test for the Single Cycle Degree Course in Dentistry and Dental Prosthesis is divided into two parts (written test and oral test).

Written test

The written test is the computer based test "Internet Reasoning Test - 3" (hereinafter "IRT-3").

The test consists of three separate sections to be passed within a set time and each consisting of a series of multiple choice questions whose assessment is carried out as per the following scheme.

Sections N. Questions Points
(Min-max)
Verbal Reasoning (IRT3V)
Measure basic vocabulary, verbal fluency and ability to reason with words.
17 0-17
Numerical reasoning (IRT3N)
Measure your ability to use numbers logically and efficiently.
17 0-17
Abstract Reasoning (IRT3A)
It measures the ability to understand abstract logical problems and to use new information outside the field of previous experiences.
17 0-17
Total 51 0-51

The overall evaluation is obtained by adding the scores of the sections "Verbal Reasoning", "Numerical Reasoning", and "Abstract Reasoning" for a maximum score of 51 points.

Oral exam

The oral interview - which will take place electronically - will test the candidate's knowledge on the following topics: general knowledge, notions of biology, chemistry, physics, and mathematics.

The overall assessment of the oral test ranges from a minimum of 0 to a maximum of 69 points.

The final score of each candidate is the result of the sum of the score obtained in the written test and that obtained in the oral test, for a maximum of 120 points.

The test written entirely in English, must be taken from April 15th until June 4th 2021 while the oral test must be taken from April 22nd until June 11th 2021.

Health professions for NON-EU citizens

The access test for the three-year Degree Courses of the Health Professions is divided into two parts (written test and oral test).

Written test

The written test is the computer based test "Internet Reasoning Test - 3" (hereinafter "IRT-3").

The test consists of three separate sections to be passed within a set time and each consisting of a series of multiple choice questions whose assessment is carried out as per the following scheme.

Sections N. Questions Points
(Min-max)
Verbal Reasoning (IRT3V)
Measure basic vocabulary, verbal fluency and ability to reason with words.
17 0-17
Numerical reasoning (IRT3N)
Measure your ability to use numbers logically and efficiently.
17 0-17
Abstract Reasoning (IRT3A)
It measures the ability to understand abstract logical problems and to use new information outside the field of previous experiences.
17 0-17
Total 51 0-51

The overall evaluation is obtained by adding the scores of the sections "Verbal Reasoning", "Numerical Reasoning", and "Abstract Reasoning" for a maximum score of 51 points.

Oral exam

The oral interview - which will take place electronically - will test the candidate's knowledge on the following topics: general knowledge, notions of biology, chemistry, physics, and mathematics.

The overall assessment of the oral test ranges from a minimum of 0 to a maximum of 69 points.

The final score of each candidate is the result of the sum of the score obtained in the written test and that obtained in the oral test, for a maximum of 120 points.

The test written entirely in English, must be taken from April 15th until June 4th 2021 while the oral test must be taken from April 22nd until June 11th 2021.

RESULTS OF THE TESTS

UniCamillus draws up the final ranking on the basis of the results achieved in the written and oral tests.

In the event of a tie, the score obtained in the oral test prevails. In case of further equality, the younger candidate prevails.