The Ukrainian Center for Educational Quality Assessment has published a demonstration test of the Ukrainian language that can be passed in real testing conditions created on the basis of the Poltava Polytechnic.
At the National University “Yuri Kondratyuk Poltava Polytechnic” registration is open for graduates of general secondary and specialized professional education institutions to take the NMT demonstration test in the Ukrainian language. The online testing procedure can be performed directly in the university classrooms every day from Monday to Friday, from 08:00 to 17:00.
Register online quickly: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSd2YxCvOBH8MNh8miDUKDJBog_Jmz3dc99J5-q3yVeO9YFksQ/viewform
Passing the Ukrainian language demonstration test will help this year's graduates of general secondary and professional education institutions to:
- correctly allocate time for tasks;
- identify topics that should be worked on more thoroughly;
- familiarize oneself with the structure of the test and types of tasks.
Pay attention! During the mock test and during the real one, you can choose the sequence of tasks, return to the task, and change the answer option.
It should be noted that the Poltava Polytechnic offers graduates of general secondary and professional education institutions unique opportunities for high-quality preparation for taking the national multi-subject test in three academic disciplines. When entering the National University "Yuri Kondratyuk Poltava Polytechnic", graduates of preparation courses will have significant advantages.
For more detailed information, contact: 36000, Poltava, 24 Pershotravnevy Ave., room 123.
Contact numbers: (0532) 561 897, (0532) 561 604.
It should be recalled that the average score of the certificate will not be used for admission, the passing scores in all subjects of the national multi-subject test (NMT) have been increased, applicants from the occupied territories will enter remotely.
Previously, the entrants shared tips on how to successfully prepare for the NMT tasks in physics, English, mathematics, and the Ukrainian language.
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National University “Yuri Kondratyuk Poltava Polytechnic”