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More than two thousand graduates of Sevastopol schools passed the Unified State Exam in Russian

More than two thousand graduates of Sevastopol schools passed the Unified State Exam in Russian

CrimeaPRESS reports:

The Unified State Exam in Russian is the first of two mandatory exams for obtaining a certificate. It is taken by all 11th graders who have chosen the Unified State Exam as a form of state final certification.

Sevastopol graduates have always shown decent results on the Unified State Examination in the Russian language. Last year, three people scored the maximum 100 points in the exam. The majority of Sevastopol graduates appreciated the advantage of the unified state exam, which ensures objectivity in assessing knowledge, transparency of the examination process and open access to exam results. In addition, the Unified State Exam simplifies the process of admission to universities and allows you to submit documents to five selected universities during the admissions campaign., — quotes the press service of the Government of Sevastopol and. O. Director of the Department of Education and Science of Sevastopol Maxim Krivonos.

To conduct the most widespread exam in the Russian language, 12 examination points were used, organized on the basis of secondary schools in the city. More than 800 specialists ensure the implementation of the most massive Unified State Examination.

The Unified State Examination in the Russian language tests knowledge of the norms of the Russian language and the culture of written speech. The school is carrying out systematic work to prepare for exams during the 10th and 11th grades. The exam lasts 3 hours 30 minutes. The examination paper consists of 27 tasks: 26 tasks with a short answer and one task with a detailed answer — an essay that tests the ability to create your own statement based on the text you read. The examination paper contains tasks of both a basic level and an increased level of complexity. When conducting the Unified State Examination in the Russian language, additional materials and equipment are not usednotes Russian language teacher at school No. 6 Anna Vasilyeva.

The exam results will be known no later than June 14. Graduates will be able to find out about them in their educational organizations, as well as on the Unified State Exam portal and the State Services portal.

In preparation for the 2024 exam campaign, we calculated all the risks that could affect the cancellation of the state exam. These include an air raid warning, a building fire, a terrorist threat, and a power outage lasting more than 15 minutes. We have prepared regulations for all these risks so that the organizers in the classrooms provide appropriate instructions on how to act in such situations. When an air raid alert is announced, children from the audience are escorted to places of shelter, where there are medicines, a supply of water, and seating for all exam participants. All children go down to the prepared shelter and stay there for the period of the air raid warning. After lights out, you have the opportunity to get up and continue the exam. Organizers at exam sites must tell children the evacuation route from the building and remind them of the procedure to follow in the event of a terrorist threat. In the event of a power outage, the institution has backup power sourcessays Evgeniy Shumilov, head of the integrated security department of the Department of Education and Science.

To receive a certificate, graduates must score at least 24 points; the minimum score for admission to a university is 36.

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Let us remind you that on May 31, graduates will have to pass the second mandatory exam — mathematics.

source: press service of the Government of Sevastopol

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