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The basis of qualifications is a ranking list. The ranking list is determined in the order of the results of the entrance examination.
The entrance examination takes place on the campus-recruitment platform. We will send the link to those who signed up for the exam.

To take the exam, you must have a device equipped with a camera and allowing screen sharing. Using a notebook PC ensures that these requirements are met. The camera must be operational, the microphone must be also turned on. The internet connection must be stable. If your internet connection is unstable, you are in a dark room and we are unable to verify who you are you will lose your chance to be qualified, even if your score will be high.

specific info about the examination rules:

50 questions of equal value:

  • math – 3 questions
  • physics – 3 questions
  • inorganic and analytical chemistry – 13 questions
  • physical chemistry – 16 questions (including 2 questions for quantum chemistry, molecular spectroscopy and crystallochemistry)
  • organic chemistry – 12 questions (including 2 questions on biochemistry)
  • chemical technology – 3 questions.

only one answer is correct/ after approval of the answer, it is not possible to change the answer / questions appear sequentially – it is not possible to return to the questions already displayed / the system records attempts to switch windows – attempting to do so may invalidate the exam result / a calculator is NOT required to complete the test

You will get the exam results immediately after completing the test. You must get at least 30/50 points to be eligible.

examination issues

Math & Physics – basic knowledge (secondary school level)

Inorganic Chemistry

  • Periodic table of elements.
  • Properties of selected elements and their compounds. Hydrogen, alkali metals, alkaline earth metal, carbon and silicon, nitrogen, phosphorus, oxygen, sulfur, halogen. Elements of block d & f.
  • Complexes.
  • The universal basis of chemical analysis. Significant figures. Definition of acid and base in Brønsted’s theory, Lewis. pH of solutions of weak and strong acids, bases, salts, buffer solutions. The concept of the solubility product.
  • Elements of qualitative analysis.
  • Elements of quantitative analysis.

Organic chemistry and biochemistry

  • Hydrocarbons. Alkanes. Alkenes. Alkynes.
  • Aromatic hydrocarbons.
  • Alcohols. Amines. Aldehydes and ketones.
  • Carboxylic acids and their derivatives.
  • Heterocyclic compounds.
  • Multifunctional compounds.
  • Identification of organic compounds by spectral methods.
  • Biochemistry.

Physical and theoretical chemistry

  • Gases. Thermodynamics. Thermochemistry.
  • Entropy S. Free energy.
  • The state of chemical equilibrium.
  • Phase transitions in single- and multi-component systems.
  • Electrochemistry. Electrode potentials and galvanic cells. Electrolysis and transport processes.
  • Kinetics.
  • Electrical and magnetic properties of substances.
  • Crystallography. Quantum chemistry. Spectroscopy.

Chemical technology and elements of biotechnology

  • Basics of chemical technology. Technological principles.
  • Mass and heat exchange. Kinetics issues. Industrial separation and purification processes.