Registration for the National School Olympiad 2021-2022

The registration process for the National School Olympiad 2021-2022 started today and will conclude on the 26th of November 18:00 PM.

The 10-12 grade students who are willing to participate in this year’s Olympiad should contact school administration and register formally according to the specific age group in each subject.

The List of Subjects

Georgian language and literature,
Georgian language for students of non-Georgian language schools,
Mathematics, History, Geography,
Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Foreign language.

The National School Olympiad will be held in three rounds and each round will be based on the National Curriculum. The student who accumulates not less than 60% of the maximum score of the relevant subject test and is among the top 1000 participants of the relevant class and subject ranking list will be eligible to pass to the second round of the National School Olympiad 2021-2022.

The purpose of the Olympiad is to stimulate the learning process and increase the motivation of students. Also, to identify candidates for the teams that will participate in the International Olympiads on behalf of Georgia.

The Third Round of the National School Olympiad has started

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.

The Second Round of the National School Olympiad Will Start from the 8th of March 2021

The second round of the National School Olympiad 2020-2021 will be launched throughout Georgia on the 8th of March and continue until the 12th of March.

Please click for further information in Georgian.

More than 6,000 students will take part in the second round of the Olympiad. Testing will be conducted in compliance with the regulations developed by the Ministry of Internally Displaced Persons from the Occupied Territories, Labor, Health and Social Affairs of Georgia.

The Centralized National School Olympiad for 10-12 grade students will be conducted in the following subjects: Georgian language and literature, Georgian language for students of non-Georgian language schools, mathematics, history, geography, physics, chemistry, biology, foreign language.

More than 30,700 students expressed their desire to participate in the National School Olympiad. The first round was held in a different format, taking into account the number of Covid-19 infected citizens in the country. Students could participate remotely from any computer connected to the Internet.

The National School Olympiad is held in three rounds and each round is based on the National Curriculum.

The student who accumulates not less than 50% of the maximum score of the relevant subject test and is among the first fifty participants of the relevant class and subject ranking list will be eligible to pass to the third round of the National School Olympiad 2020-2021.

The purpose of the Olympiad is to stimulate the learning process and increase the motivation of students. Also, to identify candidates for the teams that will participate in the International Olympiads on behalf of Georgia. “

Please click the link for further details and the timeline.

The first round of the National School Olympiad 2020-2021

The first round of the National School Olympiad 2020-2021 was held from the 16th to 20th of November.  Pupils from all over the country took part in the Olympiad online, from homes.

The contestants were given an opportunity to log in at www.naec.ge from 09:00 AM to 20:00 PM with their ID, password and complete the assignments. The students were able to see their results on the screen at the end of the test.

The detailed timetable can be found here.

The highest score in each subject can be seen here.

Please click for testing instruction (in Georgian).

One should get at least 60% of the maximum score and be among the top 1000 students in the subject ranking list in order to make it to the second round. The ranking list of each round will be published by the National Assessment and Examinations Center on the website, in a special program, which will be accessible to the school administration.

If a participant was the winner of the Olympiad of the relevant subject of the previous year and for good reason failed to register or was not present in the first round of the Olympiad, he / she was given a right to participate in the next round of the Olympiad.

The Olympiad was held according to a specific grade in the following subjects:

  • Mathematics;
  • Georgian language and literature;
  • Georgian language and literature for students from non-Georgian (ethnic minority) schools;
  • History;
  • Geography;
  • Physics;
  • Chemistry;
  • Biology;
  • Foreign languages: English, German, French, Russian.

In case of any violation or other concern the Olympiad participant is entitled to apply to the local educational resource center by 17:00PM of the second day after the end of the relevant testing.

The National Training Olympiad is held in three rounds and each round is based on the National Curriculum.

More than 30,700 students registered in the National Teaching Olympiad this year. The Olympiad aims to stimulate the learning process and increase the motivation of students. Also, to identify candidates for the teams that will participate in the International Olympiads on behalf of Georgia.

The results of the first round can be found here.