Over 32.4 thousand school leavers to take the centralized testing in Mogilev region. It is 756 people fewer to last year. The information is provided by the regional centre for testing and professional orientation of the youth.
May 2, Registration of applicants to take part in the state centralized testing begins. The information was provided by director of the Republican Institute for Knowledge Control Nikolai Feskov.
Registration for centralised testing in Belarus is on up to and including June 1. The information is provided at the site of the Ministry of Education of the Republic of Belarus. June 27 through July 1 registration for centralised testing on additional day will be on.
Mogilev region held centralized testing in Social Science without any breaches. Over 1,000 entrants took part in it.
At Mogilev and Bobruisk universities six applicants were debarred from maths test for breaking centralized testing rules; it has become an unprecedented number since the testing campaign-2012 started.
Today over 4,000 young people of Mogilev region test their Belarusian language knowledge in the centralized testing. Tomorrow majority of school-leavers will take their Russian language testing – 11.6 thousand people. Russian beats the record of all 14 centralized testing subjects.
The results of centralised testing campaign – 2011 were summed up: Mogilev region’s applicants have results lower than average Republican grades. Thus, whereas the Republican average grades results in the Russian language is 30.48, in Mogilev region it makes up 29.52; the situation is the same on maths: 21.56 average grades results in the Republic and 20.67 – in Mogilev region.
Centralised testing finished. On June 29 the last exam – in geography - was taken by 112 applicants. The largest number of applicants – more than 10,000 - partook at testing in the Russian language.
About 5,000 of applicants from Mogilev region partook at centralized testing in the Belarusian language, - the correspondent of the site was told by specialists of the committee to control and supervise the entrance campaign at higher and specialized secondary education establishments of the region.
The process was well-organised.
Mogilev region arranged the committee to control and supervise the entrance campaign at higher and specialized secondary education establishments of the region. The chief of the committee is the chief of the State Control Committee of Mogilev region L.N.Chigir.
Belarus started centralized testing registration campaign. In 2011 for the first time 73 centralized testing registration stations will function in the regime of automatic registration. It will make it possible for a school leaver to register at one of the stations for taking tests at any higher educational establishments of Belarus.