In recent years, there has been a positive dynamic in the percentage indicators for answering open questions expressed in English.

The EPA reports that it was reported by Colonel Hadjieva, a colleague of the State Examination Center.

He said that on March 2022 and 5, 6, the percentage indicators for answering open questions expressed in The Watchtower were 13.4 percent and 11.4 percent, compared with 2023.5 percent on March 19, 43.

Anologically, on March 2022 and 12, 13, the percentage indicators for answering open questions expressed in The Watchtower were 16.34 percent and 15.11 percent, compared with 2023 percent on March 12, 22. The increase noted is seen in other options for both years:

'In addition to the aforementioned, a look at the statistics of the last three years in general shows In 2021 (n=82434) graduates who participated in the full (11 years) secondary school examination were 40.37, 2022 (n=89745) 36.59, and (n=2023) 100590.39. The overall picture was a decrease in pupils' average honey indicators in 29 compared with 2021, and in 2022 there was an increase in the number of students. The recorded dynamics have been linked to an increase in the number of open questions required to be answered in writing over the years. As a result, by 2023, the number of such assignments was 2022, 2021 and 4.

A review of the results of the 0-100 honey interval for the years recorded shows that in 2021 and 2022, the number of aboriginal students over 50 degrees Fahrenheit [-2021 ° C] was 27230, and 2022. In 26086, the number of aboriginal students enrolled in the graduation examination was 2023, representing 50.33617 percent of the total number of aborigines (n=100590). Consider, for example, an increase in the number of Aboriginal people over 33 degrees Fahrenheit [- 42 ° C].

Given the compliance of foreign-language testing materials at the full (11-year) secondary level with the corresponding B1 level of CEFR and the rules of testing, it is noteworthy that 2023.33% of the total student contingent participating in the 42 test demonstrates language skills that match the B1 level of CEFR. At the same time, it should be noted that these subjects are valued for listening, reading, writing, and language, except for their ability to speak a foreign language.

According to the results, it should also be noted that in the final evaluation of the knowledge of foreign languages for those enrolled in new secondary and full-school programs, the adaptation of the foreign language bloc to the relevant levels of CEFR (9 years) at the A2, full (11 years) secondary level, and B1).

In addition to the foregoing, the Center's experience in producing testing materials at the top of education is considered to be a goal to gradually organize a four-skill evaluation of students' knowledge and skills according to the standard test model."