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Test for the Assessment of Minimum Requirements (TARM)

Information relating to the enrolment procedure for the academic year 2018-2019 is currently being updated. Please consult this section frequently.

Degree courses with compulsory TARM, binding in order to matriculate

For some degree courses (as below specified) the matriculation procedure is not allowed without having sat the TARM.

Registration modalities

The Degree Courses are divided into two groups:

  • Group 1: School of Earth Science, School of Agriculture and Veterinary Medicine (SAMEV) and Degree Course in Herbal Products.
  • Group 2: Business Economics, Economics and Trade, Business & Management, Information and Business Communication Management

 

The validity of the TARM is  only for the courses within each group; that means the applicant that has sat a certain TARM, no matter what the result, could apply for matriculation in the corresponding courses for which the TARM is valid.

Applicants interested in courses of different group must necessarily pass the relevant TARM.

The TARM is mandatory also for changing courses and/or transfer to courses for which TARM is foreseen.

In order to register to TARM, enter MyUnito, select from the menu “Iscrizioni” the item “Test di Valutazione” and choose the interesting course group (if you want to register for more groups, you had to repeat the registration procedure for all the courses).

Group 1 - School of Earth Science, School of Agriculture and Veterinary Medicine (SAMEV) and Degree Course in Herbal Products.

Access to the following degree courses (for each course is availabre a link with all the test information):

 

Registration: from 9.30 am of 10th July 2017 to 15th September 2017

TARM: from 30th August 2017 to 29th September 2017

TARM - remedial session: from 13th to 17th November 2017

TARM - remedial session: from 11th to 15th December 2017

Information about TARM dates and venues: consult the TARM (*) platform within 4 working days from the registration.

(*) The access to platform is available after obtaining the credentials and following the registration to the UniTo portal; the credentials are needed to take the TARM.

Group 2: Business Economics, Economics and Trade, Business & Management, Information and Business Communication Management

Access to following degree courses (for each course is available a link with all the test information):

 

Registration: from 9.30 am of 10th July 2017 to 15th September 2017

Supplying TARM: 4th September 2017

Information about TARM: please consult the relevant webpage of the courses

Students with specific learning disability (SLD)

If you are a student with specific learning disability (SLD) you can ask, during the registration for TARM, to have specific aids and/or addition time during it. In order to obtain that, you must join in PDF format the medical record of attesting disability (unabridged text, not obliterated text).

 

All the students sitting the TARM in the early session of April 2017, do not need to do at the moment any other procedure. From September and within and no later than the 5th October 2017 these students may proceed directly to matriculation and, if they have not pass the required threshold for the TARM, they could register again for the TARM in the session of September 2017.

 

For more details consult the relative webpage:

Degree courses with compulsory Test for the Assessment of Minimum Requirements (TARM), but not binding in order to matriculate

For all other courses without a restricted number of places, not comprised in the above-mentioned paragraph (Degree Course with compulsory Test for the Assessment of Minimum Requirements (TARM), binding in order to matriculate) the matriculation procedure is allowed also without having sat the TARM.

For information on deadlines, modalities, relevant dates and results of TARM and for possible obligations for applicants failing the TARM, please consult the degree course or school website.

 

Disabled Students

If you are a disabled student, while registering for TARM, you could apply for special aids and/or additional time during it, sending within the two following days the medical record attesting the disability (unabridged text, not obliterated text), both by email to ufficio.disabili@unito.it and to the email address of the own degree course.

The special aids you could apply for, according to your certified disability, are as follows:

  • additional time (up to a maximum of 50% more)
  • test aid reading and compiling
  • translator in LIS (Italian Sign Language) / mediator of communication for oralist
  • individual treatment (specialized necessity relevant to particular disability)

 

Students with specific learning disability (SLD)

If you are a student with specific learning disability (SLD) while registering for TARM, you could apply for special aids and/or additional time during it, sending within the two following days the medical record of attesting the specific learning disability according to Law 170/2010 with reference to ICD-10 code F81 and/or disorder denomination, provided by National Health Service or by specialists or accreditated bodies if required by Regions (at the moment, Piedmont Region has not accreditated any bodies or private specialist).

The diagnosis performed by a private specialists, must be validated by the National Health Service. The date of issuing must not exceed 3 years at the moment of registration. The certification issued after the age of 18 is valid whatever the reported date. The certification for SLD must be sent by email to ufficio.disabili@unito.it and to the email address of the own degree course.

The special aids you could apply for, according your certified disability, are as follows:

  • additional time (30% more)
  • normal calculator
  • a reader who reads the questions to the candidate
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