The first results of centralised testing (in the Russian and Belarusian languages, mathematics, the history of Belarus, geography) were summed up in Belarus. In general, in Mogilev region the campaign was calm and well-organised, the regional committee of control over preparing and conducting entrance exams to higher educational establishments told.
Our applicants have best average grades results in geography – 37.49. The average grades result in the history of Belarus makes up 34.22; that of the Belarusian language – 30.54. The average grades result in the Russian language makes up 30.22, though there are three applicants who will get 100-grades certificates. They are Maria Losyakina (a graduate of Mogilev lyceum № 3), Tatsiana Piletskaya and Alesya Infarovich (graduates of Mogilev gymnasium № 1).
The average grades result in mathematics is the lowest – just 21 grades out of 100 possible. 54 applicants get zero grades, but the region boasts of Nikolai Zelenski (Mogilev gymnasium № 1) and Vladislav Pjyanov (Gorki gymnasium № 1) who will get 100-grades certificates in maths.