The regular exam training takes three days, each starting at 10 a.m. and ending no later than 9.30 p.m. The training fee is € 315. The English language training is held on two days from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and costs € 135. Discounts apply to certain categories of students – the website will tell you whether you are eligible.
Our exam training courses have already helped many students pass their final exams and qualify for their preferred degree programme. Registration for exam training is now open. Don't wait too long – there are only a limited number of places available.
The University of Groningen is once again offering exam training sessions in the subjects Maths A, Maths B, Maths C, Physics, Physics New Style, Chemistry, Biology, M&O, Economics and English for pupils in the final year of pre-university education (6 VWO). Following last year’s success, exam training will also be offered to 5 HAVO pupils in the subjects English, Physics, Maths A andMaths B.
There are three types of exam training in the subjects Maths A, Maths B, Maths C, Physics, Physics New Style, Chemistry, Biology, Economics, Management & Organization and English:
1. Preparation for first period exams, with training sessions in five periods in March, April and May
2. Preparation for the first period English exam (language training), with training sessions in March, April and May.
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