There will be no EIT this year

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There will be no EIT this year

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On January 20, Minister of Education and Science Sergei Shkarlet announced on Telegram that graduates, like last year, will take the national multi-subject test (NMT) instead of external independent assessment.

A proven model current admission to universities will take into account the security situation in the country. NMT will pass in one day. Contains a task in three subjects.

The test has two compulsory subjects:

– Ukrainian;
– mathematics.

Also one subject to choose from:

– history of Ukraine;
– foreign language;
– biology;
– physics;
– chemistry.

Applicants will have 180 minutes to pass the test. NMT participants can allocate time between blocks themselves.

Two sessions of NMT – 2023: primary and secondary.

The main one will take place in June, the additional – in June – July. Participation in the additional session can be taken by those applicants who, for good reasons, could not take tests during the main one.

NMT will take place in specially equipped computer rooms of educational institutions – temporary examination centers (CHP).

Those graduates who are temporarily abroad due to the war can also enter Ukrainian universities thanks to the NMT.

“They will have the opportunity to make NMT in specially created examination centers in many countries of the world”, & ndash; Shkarlet added.

The MES promises to help to create as many such states as possible.

Shkarlet said that the decision of the NMT was made taking into account the wishes of graduates and their parents. The corresponding government bill should be submitted to the Verkhovna Rada in the near future.

Note that the history of Ukraine will not be a compulsory subject during the national multi-subject test this year.

"We want so that applicants show their best abilities. Therefore, there will be two compulsory subjects, and a third subject to choose from, so that applicants for medicine prove themselves in biology, those who enter natural specialties, – proved themselves in physics and chemistry, those who are in the humanities, – in the history of Ukraine and a foreign language”, – Sergei Babak, Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada Committee on Education, Science and Innovation, said at a briefing on January 20.

Prepared by: Nina Petrovich

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