| Local Police and Civil Protection of the Cartagena City Council have collaborated in the operation of the exams that will run until Wednesday, July 8 | This Monday, July 6 at 9:00 a.m., the Baccalaureate Assessment for University Access (EBAU) tests began at the Polytechnic University of Cartagena with small delays and a large influx of vehicles in the parking areas near the campus academic.The councilor of the Area of ??Citizen Security and Public Roads, Juan Pedro Torralba, has visited the evaluation centers to supervise the correct operation of the established security protocols, in order to guarantee that the academic tests pass normally.On the occasion of the start of the exams, the Cartagena Local Police has intensified its services to ensure road safety, avoid crowds, and also as logistical support by providing some necessary infrastructure, such as the installation of fences and posts for signaling the classrooms.The selectivity tests will run until next Wednesday, July 8, with more than 1,800 students from the 2nd year of Bachillerato taking the exams, complying with the social distancing measures imposed by the covid-19 pandemic.CENTERS FOR ACADEMIC TESTINGThis year students are tested in five buildings instead of two to increase the safety distance.
For the first time it is carried out at the UPCT and at two institutes in the Campo de Cartagena, in El Algar and in San Javier.
The academic tests take place at the following venues:R20 CIM-UPCT UPCTR21 MURALLA DEL MAR-UPCT UPCTR22 TELECOMMUNICATIONS-UPCTR24 IES PEDRO PEÑALVER IES EL ALGAR
Source: Ayuntamiento de Cartagena