The third round of the National School Olympiad started on April 9 with math and French language and will conclude on April 12 with biology. The testing is conducted in compliance with all the regulations developed by the Ministry of Internally Displaced Persons from the Occupied Territories, Labor, Health and Social Affairs of Georgia.
More than 600 students take part in the final third round. Each of them has gained at least 50% of the maximum score of the relevant subject test and has been ranked among the top fifty participants in the respective class and subject ranking list.
This year, the first round of the Olympiad, in which more than 30,700 students expressed their desire to participate, was held electronically in a different format, due to the pandemic. Students were able to participate remotely, via the Internet. Unlike the first round, the second round of the Olympiad was held in schools and was attended by more than 6,000 students.
The winner of the National School Olympiad for the 2020-2021 academic year will become the student who accumulates 60% of the maximum score of the relevant subject test and will be among the top ten participants in the relevant class and subject ranking list.
All three rounds of the Olympiad are based on the national curriculum. The aim of the Olympiad is to stimulate the learning process and increase the motivation of students. Also, identifying candidates for the teams that will participate in the International Olympiads on behalf of Georgia.