The Director of the National Assessment and Examinations Center Sophia Gorgodze has summarized the examinations 2020 in Georgia at the press conference on August 5, 2020.
The numbers of participants are:
94% of 39.300 university entrants took the Unified National Examinations
78% out of 3.600 applicants participated in the Students’ Grant Competition
88% out of 12.000 applicants participated in the teacher certification examinations
87% out of 12.600 applicants participated in the Master’s Graduate Entry Examinations
There have been some cases of applicants’ late arrival for the examination. 1 teacher and 3 university entrants were expelled from the examinations for using cell phones and other unfair means.
The examination results publication process for the university entrants has already been started. The results for the beginning teachers will be declared in the second half of August. The applicants of the Master’s Graduate Entry Examinations will be able to check their results at the end of August. All applicants can see their results on the below listed official web addresses of the National Assessment and Examinations Center:
Registration to file an appeal starts after all examination results publication finalizes. Applications will be received through the website of the National Assessment and Examinations Center: www.naec.ge. Applicants can file an appeal on particular tasks or the whole test results. The decision is issued by the independent appeal committee.
The Teacher certification examinations for the beginning teachers started on July 22nd and will end on July 30.
12.000 applicants will take the subject examinations this year. The detailed information on the time and place of the exam is indicated on the examination card. Please note to appear at an examination center on time and have your ID and examination card with you. Applicants arriving late will not be permitted to enter the examination rooms.
On July 22nd the applicants will take the exams in the following subjects:
Georgian language and literature, Mathematics and Natural Sciences (I-IV grades);
Georgian Language and Literature (Primary Education);
Natural Sciences (Primary Education);
Mathematics (Primary Education).
The exams take place in the first half of the day. To ensure the safety of the examiners, all the recommendations developed by the Ministry of Internally Displaced Persons from the Occupied Territories, Labour, Health and Social Affairs of Georgia are followed.
The examination centers are located in the following cities: Batumi, Poti, Zugdidi, Ozurgeti, Kutaisi, Akhaltsikhe, Gori, Tbilisi, Rustavi, and Telavi.
All medical facilities in the examination centers are equipped with first aid kits. The emergency vehicles, ambulance, and police patrol cars are mobilized on the premises.