Preparing for admission tests

The simulation tests available online, as well as any courses and webinars organised by the Universities or by other bodies and organisations, can help prepare for degree programme admission tests.

Admission tests simulations

Test yourself by using the entrance examination simulations for bachelor’s and single cycle master’s degree programmes with limited enrolment, divided according to degree programme area:

  • Medicine and Surgery and Dental Medicine
  • Bachelor’s degree programmes in Health Professions
  • Veterinary Medicine

Some degree programmes, both with open admission and limited enrolment, use the TOLC test run by CISIA, the Consortium of Inter-University Integrated Access Systems, for their admission tests.

TOLC tests vary, depending which degree programme admission is being sought for, or where the test is assessing a candidate’s basic knowledge and abilities.


Bachelor's degree programmes:

Agricultural Sciences and Technologies
Agricultural Technology for the Environment
Food science and technology
Food Service Science and Management
Improvement and Protection of Mountain Environments
Management of Cultivated Plants and Landscaping
Viticulture and Enology
Animal Husbandry and Welfare
Animal Production
Herbal Sciences and Technologies


Bachelor's degree programmes: 

Biological science


Bachelor's degree programmes 

Communication and Society
Economics and Management
Labour and Management
International Studies and European Institutions
Political Science
Public Sector and Healthcare Management
Social Science for Globalization

English TOLC E

Bachelor's degree programmes 

International Politics, Law and Economics (IPLE)


Degree programmes: 

Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Technology
Exercise and Sports Sciences


Bachelor's degree programmes:

Computer Science area (Computer Science, Music Information Science, Computer Science for Digital Communication, Computer Systems and Networks Security)
Medical Biotechnology 
Industrial Chemistry
Physics (TOLC-I is also accepted)
Mathematics (TOLC-I is also accepted)
Environmental Science and Policy
Chemical Safety and Environmental Toxicology
Science and Technology for Studying and Preserving Cultural Heritage and Information Storage Media (TOLC-B is also accepted)
Geological sciences (TOLC-B and TOLC-I are also accepted)
Natural sciences


Degree programmes:

Foreign Languages and Literature
Science of Cultural Property
Liberal Studies in Environment, Landscape and Territory
Liberal Studies in Communication
Language Mediation and Intercultural Communication
Sciences of Legal Services

You can also prepare for the tests by looking at previous years’ MIUR exam papers.

Links are to the test for the 2019/20 academic year. For the sake of simplicity, the correct answer to all questions is A. You can also view previous years' tests on the MIUR's website

Courses to prepare for admission tests

The PrePost student association "Davide Bortolotto" offers free courses open to all to prepare for the following tests:

  • Medicine
  • Dental Medicine
  • Health Professions
  • International Medical School
  • Exercise, Sport and Health Sciences

Online intensive seminaries are free and open to all. They cover the subjects of ministerial admission tests. 

Based on previous years' questions, webinars tackle the fundamentals of biology, chemistry, mathematics, physics and logic.

Webinars have been designed and developed by teachers from the University of Milan, the University of Milano-Bicocca, and the University of Brescia.