Minister of Education and Science of Georgia Dimitri Shashkini and Director of the National Examinations Center Maia Miminoshvili held a briefing on the results of the first day of the school leaving exams.
The exam in Georgian Language and Literature was organized at the examinations centers of 1520 schools across Georgia. The process of the exam was carried out without delay; technical problems have not been detected either.
The process of the exam was monitored with the central server and audio equipments at the Data Processing Center of the Ministry.
Based on the information and data collected at the Data Processing Center of the Ministry, one can state that the first day of the exam was successful. As to the schoolchildren’s attitude to the exam process and to the tasks of the test, according to their announcement, the test tasks were easy and an exam environment gave them opportunity to reveal their knowledge.
By the announcement of the Minister Dimitri Shashkini, 20% of the schoolchildren showed a high level of knowledge at the exam, hence they got high scores. Minister also noted that if the schoolchildren for some objective reasons did not manage to take an exam, they will be able to take them at the National Examinations Center on 2-3 June. The students of the FLEX program and convict students will also have chance to take exams on 4-11 June.