On May 22, 2022, the State Examination Center held an entrance exam for higher education institutions in the II specialty group (including geography for those who chose both DT and TC subgroups in the III specialty group).

The exam was held in 17 cities and districts, the State Education Ministry told APA.

98 examination buildings and 1715 examination halls have been allocated in the cities and districts where the exams are held.

98 general examiners, 280 examiners, 2138 supervisors-teachers, 240 graduates, 98 building representatives were assigned to manage the exams.

In order to manage the examination process, there was an operational headquarters in the Ministry of Education, which was in regular contact with the buildings where the examination was held, and the course of the examination was monitored.

The exam was held in all buildings in accordance with the instructions, and the necessary conditions were created for the participants to demonstrate their knowledge.

Six people were expelled from the exam because their mobile phones were found.

A "smart" watch was found in one person.

22878 entrants were expected to take part in the exam.

The exam was also attended by 19 entrants with physical disabilities (group I visually impaired, hearing impaired, etc.).

In order for these entrants to take the exam comfortably, separate halls have been allocated in the examination halls, reading assignments for the visually impaired, filling in the answer sheet, etc.

Individual supervisors have been appointed for the work.

Special conditions have been created for entrants with limited mobility to enter the building and hall and move freely.

The correct answer standards of the closed and encoded open test tasks used in the exam will be posted in the coming hours on the Center's "Telegram" channel (https://t.me/stateexamcenter), other social network accounts and websites.

Today, at 16:00, it will be broadcast live on the MFA's YouTube and Facebook pages, and the responsible employees of the Center, experts will give a detailed explanation of the test tasks used in the exams for both III and II specialty groups.

Applicants can write their questions under the appropriate post on Facebook or send them to [email protected].

From May 23, the processing of exam protocols and materials will begin at the MFA.

The results will be announced in the next 2 weeks, as it takes a long time to check the open-ended tasks used in the exams.

We would like to remind the entrants who will take part in the next entrance exams to be careful with the documents (original ID card, graduation certificate).

In addition, the exam starts at 11:00.

15 minutes before the start of the exam - at 10:45 the graduation mode ends, and after that the participants are not allowed to enter the exam building.

In order to prevent the crowd, different entrance times were set for the exam participants and the time was indicated in the exam participant's certificate.

Therefore, it is necessary to come to the exam building at the time indicated in the admission form.

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Today, the State Examination Center will hold an entrance exam for higher education institutions on the II specialty group and an exam on geography for entrants who choose both DT and TC subgroups on the III specialty group.

22878 entrants are expected to take part in the exam, the State Education Ministry told APA.

The exams will be held in Baku, Nakhchivan, Ganja, Shamkir, Agstafa, Sumgayit, Mingachevir, Sheki, Barda, Goychay, Kurdamir, Shirvan, Sabirabad, Salyan, Lankaran, Masalli and Khachmaz.

The exam will start at 11:00 and will end 15 minutes before graduation.

After that, participants will not be allowed into the exam building.

In order to prevent the crowd, different entrance times were set for the exam participants and the time was indicated in the exam participant's certificate.

Therefore, it is necessary to come to the exam building at the time indicated in the admission form.

A total of 189 exam buildings and 3,322 exam halls have been allocated in the cities and districts where the exams will be held on May 21 and 22.

189 general examiners, 544 examiners, 4158 supervisors-teachers, 503 graduation staff, 189 building representatives were assigned to manage the exams.

60 entrants with physical disabilities (group I visually impaired, hearing impaired, etc.) will also take part in the exams.

In order for these entrants to take the exam comfortably, separate halls have been allocated in the examination halls, reading assignments for the visually impaired, filling in the answer sheet, etc.

Individual supervisors have been appointed for the work.

Special conditions have been created for entrants with limited mobility to enter the building and hall and move freely.

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