Sevastopol schools are preparing for the end of the academic year and the USE
The last bell will ring on May 23rd.
Sevastopol schools are completing preparations for the unified state exam.
The main stage of passing the exam is held from May 24 to July 1, 2023. This year, the number of examination points has increased — 25 points are involved. In addition, there are 30 home exam sites for participants with disabilities. Of these, 6 for 11th graders and 24 for 9th graders— said the head of the city Department of Education and Science Maxim Krivonos.
In total, more than 7,500 people will take part in the state final certification. Citizens who studied abroad and arrived in Russia in connection with unfriendly actions of foreign states have the opportunity to choose to conduct a state final certification in the form of the Unified State Examination or an intermediate certification. To date, there are 52 graduates of the 9th grade and 27 graduates of the 11th grade.
A lot of work has also been done with children with disabilities — 176 people will take exams in a simplified form, in the format of the state final exam.
Among the subjects popular in Sevastopol for passing the exam are social studies, physics, computer science. Compulsory subjects — Russian language and mathematics.
Maxim Krivonos also said that on May 16, the early stage of the state final certification is being completed. It involves two examination points — at School No. 38 and at the School of Engineering. 87 people took part in the early stage, mostly graduates of previous years. Alena Kurbakova — social studies, Leila Nakhapetyan — history passed 100 points on the Unified State Examination.
In addition, eight training events took place in Sevastopol this year, six of them at the federal level and two at the regional level.
Training activities are a very good control element that allows us to identify and eliminate certain organizational problems in advancethe official said.
And more important information: the last bell in all schools in Sevastopol will ring for graduates of the 9th and 11th grades on May 23. Also, students of grades 1-8 and 10 can take part in the celebrations at the discretion of the school. Additional comprehensive security measures have been taken to organize festive lines.