After months of intense exams, three busy days are still ahead for the National Assessment and Examinations Center. Vocational college entrance exams started today at 9AM in 53 exam centers throughout Georgia.
The Deputy Minister of Education and Science Valerian Gobronidze and the Director of the NAEC Sophia Gorgodze visited the examination center located at the Technical University of Georgia and observed the testing process on the spot.
This year the NAEC will be hosting 150 applicants with special needs, therefore all of the exam centers are fully equipped accordingly.
Vocational testing will continue until September 8.
On September 7, applicants will be tested in literacy and quantitative literacy, and the general abilities exam will be held on September 7-8.
The maximum score in literacy as well as in quantitative literacy is 30. The minimum competency threshold is 15% of the maximum score. The time for testing is 1 hour and 30 minutes.
As for general abilities or aptitude, the maximum test score is 50, and the time for working on test is 2 hours.
The NAEC has given an opportunity to applicants to take a pre-test online and familiarize themselves with the features of the program and sample items remotely.
In 2022, admission is announced for more than 600 vocational programs. About 24,500 applicants expressed their desire to participate in the exams.