The Entrance Exam is the door opener to GMIT. It takes place every year in spring.
The GMIT Entrance Examination consists of two parts: an examination in the Natural Sciences (Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry – 150 min.) and an English Language Exam (180 min.). Both exams take place on one day. The examination in the Natural Sciences can be taken in Mongolian or in English.
To pass the entrance exam an applicant needs to attain a total score of 60% in the Mathematics and Natural Sciences exam, and an English language level of C1 (advanced). Applicants who pass with a B2 level (upper intermediate) in English can be admitted provided that they attain a C1 level of English by the end of their first Bachelor semester at the latest.
If applicants do not fulfill the requirements for admission to Bachelor studies, applicants may be eligible for admission to the Basic Engineering Program, a 10-month foundation study course which will help you to improve your science and English skills. As a rule, the minimum requirement for admission to the Basic Engineering Program is a total score of 40% in the Mathematics and Natural Sciences exam and an English language level of at least B1 (intermediate). The BEP leads you directly into the B.Sc. programs.
The English language exam consists of several sections:
- grammar and vocabulary
- listening comprehension
- reading comprehension
The writing section is considered to be an integral part of the exam. Therefore, applicants should not leave this section blank.
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