The University of Tokyo has announced on its website the successful applicants for the first selection of the 2016 recommendation entrance examination, which will be the first implementation.The total number of applicants for all faculties is about 1, and 100 have applied, of which 173 have passed the first screening.In the future, successful applicants for the first screening will be interviewed and the National Center Test for University Admissions will be examined, and the final successful applicants will be announced.
The University of Tokyo's recommended entrance exam will be the first in 2016.As part of the comprehensive reform of undergraduate education, the University of Tokyo has introduced a recommendation admission test for students from high schools in Japan with the aim of realizing a diverse student structure and revitalizing undergraduate education.
The targets of recommendation are those that meet the recommendation requirements set for each faculty, have a strong interest in each academic field and a willingness to learn, and if they pass, they can be assured that they will be admitted. The maximum number of people who meet the conditions and can be recommended by each school principal is one male and one female who meet all of the recommendation requirements.As the recommendation requirements set for each faculty, for example, in the faculty of law, it belongs to the top 5% of each school, has excellent academic performance, discovers essential problems in reality, and is original. Requirements such as having the ability to set issues in a realistic manner are listed.
Pass / fail judgment comprehensively evaluates submitted documents and materials, interviews, and the results of the National Center Test for University Admissions.From the perspective of judging whether or not you have the basic academic ability to smoothly carry out your studies after admission, the National Center Test for University Admissions should have a score of approximately 8% or higher.The 1 successful applicants for the first screening will be interviewed on December 149th and 12th, and the National Center Test for University Admissions will be held on January 19th and 20th, 2016. Will be announced.