MIL OSI Translation. Region: Russian Federation –
February 2, 2022, 09:14
Photo by E. Samarin. Mos.ru
The main period will begin on May 26 with exams in geography, literature and chemistry.
Registration for participation in the state final certification for educational programs of secondary general education (USE, GVE) has ended in Moscow. The application could be submitted electronically on the portal mos.ruuntil February 1 inclusive.
“This year, the final exams will be held in three stages: the early period will be held from March 21 to April 18, the main one from May 26 to July 2, and the additional one from September 5 to 20. More than 86,000 people applied to participate in the USE in 2022, of which 69,000 are graduates of the current year,” said Andrey Postulgin, First Deputy Director of the Moscow Center for Education Quality.
The main period of the USE-2022 will begin with exams in geography, literature and chemistry. The exam in the Russian language will be held on May 30 and 31, in computer science and information and communication technologies – on June 20 and 21, the oral part of the exam in foreign languages is scheduled for June 16 and 17. The exam in profile and basic mathematics will take place on June 2 and 3, respectively. On June 6, exams in history and physics will be held, on June 9 – in social science, on June 14 – in biology, as well as the written part of the exam in foreign languages. From June 23 to July 2, the schedule provides for reserve days for passing exams in all subjects.
In the additional period in September, exams will be held only in compulsory subjects (Russian language and basic mathematics) for those graduates who have not received a certificate.
The condition for obtaining a certificate of secondary general education is the successful passing of two mandatory exams: in Russian and mathematics at a basic or profile level.
For more information about the state final certification in Moscow, please call: +7 499 653-94-50 or on the official siteRegional Information Processing Center.
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