Registration for the Unified National Examinations 2022 has Started

Online registration for the Unified National Examinations started today at 10:00 AM. Eligible applicants should register at online.naec.ge until the 4th of April 18:00 PM.

The Unified National Examinations are centralized, high-stakes and computer based. The whole process is standardized, every procedure including test development, administration, marking and appellation is in compliance with established regulations and applicants are in equal conditions. By means of valid, fair, and reliable educational assessment the NAEC contributes to the improvement of the quality of education in Georgia.

The director of the National Assessment and Examinations Center sat down with media to discuss the registration procedures. Dr. Sophia Gorgodze encouraged the entrants to pay attention to the registration regulations and deadlines highlighted at the NAEC’s annual “Guideline for Entrants”.

The document includes a list of educational programs, frequently asked questions, news and all the important topics related to the upcoming examination process.

The registration process for entrants will be held in several stages this year as well:

Stage One:

The entrant should fill in personal data, choose the city of the exam, the subjects to be taken and, if necessary, mark the need for special conditions;

Stage Two:

Entrants will be able to change or add the subject, as well as the language of the exam until 18:00 on April 14;

Stage Three:

Examinees will have an opportunity to make changes to the list of educational programs until the day after the announcement of the results of the appeal.

Registration Instruction in Georgian

For further information regarding the procedures, fees and other relevant issues please visit:

Our web page: www.naec.ge

An online platform: online.naec.ge

Facebook page

Also, feel free to contact the NAEC’s Hotline at: (032) 2473333.

And last but not least, Good luck to all the applicants!

“Trust yourself, you know more than you think you do”

Benjamin Spock