Results

No later than fourteen days (holidays excluded) after sitting the tests, you will receive an email with your results. This message will also explain what the next step is, if there is one that you can take.

When will I have passed a test?

Subject testsYou will have passed with a mark of 6 or higher.
Dutch language testYou will have passed with a mark of 6 or higher. Both components are considered separate tests.
English language testYou will have passed if you have an average mark of 6 or higher

 

Admissibility Statement

Did you pass all the tests? You will receive an Admissibility Statement (in Dutch: Verklaring van Toelaatbaarheid Toelatingsonderzoek) by email for the degree programme that you selected. We will send a scan of this document to the student administration. You do not need to do so yourself.

What happens if you did not pass the test?

If you have received a fail mark, you have a single opportunity to a resit and only at the next opportunity to sit a subject or language test. You will automatically receive an invitation for the resit. There are no additional fees involved.

The only condition to take the resit is that you attended the initial test opportunity.

Please note: this does not apply to the registration date of 13 May 2023 when a resit is not possible.

What can I do if I fail the resit?

In that case, your current 21+-entrance examination is over, unless the registration date for the next start date is still upcoming.

Please note: if you want to register a second time for the 21+-entrance examination, you will have to pay the entire exam fee of again, regardless of how many tests you sit.

How long are my results valid?

Every mark of 6 or higher is valid for two academic years.

When you pass the tests, the validity period is two academic years.

  • Academic year 2023-2024
  • Academic year 2024-2025

If you want to start in February:

  • Academic year 2023-2024
  • Academic year 2024-2025
  • Academic year 2025-2026

Can I review my marked examination or test?

After every test date, there is a single review date.

The review date is listed in the invitation email for the tests and in de email with the test results. Only the participating candidates may review their tests.

What can I do if I disagree with the results?

You can file an objection to the results of the 21+-entrance examination with the Objections, Appeals and Complaints Office, Examination Appeals Board (Cobex). File your objection within six weeks after receiving the results of the 21+-entrance examination. Read more on the Objections, Appeals and Complaints Office in the Legal affairs section.

I have not yet received my results

About 14 days (holidays excluded) after the exam, you will receive an email with your results through the mail. If you have not received an email after this period, try checking the spam folder for your email address. Perhaps the email ended up there.