Citizens of Georgia who study and have received credits / qualifications in a higher education institution recognized in accordance with the laws of that country and at the time of study cover at least one semester (75 days), have the right to obtain the right to continue education in the educational institution of their preference. The National Center for Assessment and Examinations will be in charge for conducting the preliminary exam.
The registration will start from 10:00 on January 21 and end at 4 pm on February 4. The applicants will have to register on the website of the Electronic Assessment and Examinations Center (www.naec.gov.ge and online.naec.ge).
The exams will be held on February 11. The registration fee is 100 GEL. The amount is fully returned if the person has not registered during the term of or requested to cancel the registration.
Examination test consists of three parts:
B) Logical reasoning;
C) Quantitative reasoning;
Each section includes 15 optional open-ended questions. Additionally, the test will consist of 45 multiple choice questions. The correct answers are awarded by a total point of 1, whereas the wrong answers are equal to 0 points. The successful passing of the test means accumulating more than 50% of the maximum score (minimum 23 points) for the test.
The time allocated for testing is 2 hours and 30 minutes. The exam is conducted in Georgian. The final results will be sent to the Ministry of Education, Science, Culture and Sport of Georgia and published on the official website.
Persons who require specific examination conditions during exams are required to submit a relevant medical certificate (form № 100) at the National Center for Assessment and Examination.
Detailed information about registration procedures and examination processes can be found in the link below.