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Entrance Examination Topics

Parts of the Exam:

1. Written exam (20 questions in Biology, 20 questions in Chemistry, 30 questions in General and Medical English)

Sample Tests for the written exam

2. Oral exam (15-20 minutes interview with University professors)

I. Chemistry

  1. Matter, atomic theory of matter
  2. Electronic structure of atoms
  3. Periodic table
  4. Chemical bonds and Intermolecular forces
  5. Stochiometry and chemical equations
  6. Gaseous state, gas laws
  7. Solutions, concentrations
  8. Reaction kinetics and chemical equilibria
  9. Electrolytic equilibria, acid-base theories
  10. Redox reactions
  11. Basics of inorganic chemistry
  12. Introduction to organic chemistry, alkanes
  13. Cycloalkanes, alkenes, dienes and alkynes
  14. Aromatic hydrocarbons and alkyl halides
  15. Alcohols, phenols and ether
  16. Aldehydes and ketones
  17. Carboxylic acids
  18. Carboxylic acid derivates (esthers, amides) soaps
  19. Amines, heterocyclic compounds (pyrrol and pyridine)
  20. Carbohydrates

II. Biology

  1. The life signs, basic life processes and micro life (virus-bacteria-protist and fungi)
  2. Chemical basis of life: Biogene elements, solutions (polar-apolar), diffusion/osmosis, pH, lipids
  3. Macromolecules: monomers-polimers Carbohydrates, Proteins, Nucleotides-nucleic acids
  4. Molecular basis of inheritance: DNA synthesis, Protein synthesis
  5. Inheritance at cellular level: cell cycle, cell divisions (mitosis, meiosis) and their connection to genetic diversity
  6. Inheritance: Mendelian genetics, population genetics, family trees
  7. Cell biology: Structure of the cell
  8. Cell biology: metabolism at cellular level: enzymes, biological oxidation, fermentation, macromolecules in the metabolism
  9. Tissues: basic mammalian tissue types
  10. Skin and the musculo-sceletal system (of mammals)
  11. Respirational system (of mammals)
  12. Excretory system (of mammals)
  13. Circulation system (of mammals)
  14. Immune system (of mammals)
  15. Digestive system (of mammals)
  16. Reproductive system (of mammals)
  17. Regulation at cellular level, the endocrine system
  18. Nerve system: cell types, resting potential, action potential, synapses, and anatomy of a mammal nerve system
  19. Nerve system: functional units: CNS, PNS, somatic (pyramid and extrapyramid system), Cerebrum, cerebellum, brainstem
  20. Sensory (vision, hearing, motion and equilibrium, taste, smell and touch) and motor functions (sympathic, parasympathic system)