In Ukraine, the main session of the national multi-subject test will start on June 5.
It will take place until June 23, it is said on the website of the Ukrainian Center for Evaluation of the Quality of Education. An additional session of the NMT will take place on July 11-24.
“The main sessions of the national multi-subject test will take place in June in Ukraine and in 47 cities of 30 other countries. For security reasons, information about where in Ukraine the tests will take place will not be made public,” the message reads.
Testing will take place in two shifts:
– the first one from 10:00;
– the second from 15:00 Kyiv time in all countries except the USA and Canada.
In all cities of the USA and Canada, NMT will start at 18:00 Kyiv time, that is, at 8:00 in Sacramento, at 9:00 in Edmonton, at 10:00 in Houston, at 11:00 in Detroit, New York and Toronto, at 12:00 in Moncton.
Admission to the temporary examination centers will begin 30 minutes before the start of the test and stop 10 minutes before the start of the test.
What should a NMT participant have with him?
For admission, it will be necessary to present the NMT participant’s certificate and the original document certifying identity. It is recommended to have a printed invitation.
It is important to take a pen and a bottle of drinking water with you.
“During the time allotted for performing NMT tasks, participants are prohibited from having with them or at their workplace things that are not provided for by the testing procedure. Participants must leave them in a specially designated place in the auditorium,” the department emphasized.
What to do if the participant was unable to participate in the main NMT session
If for valid reasons the participant cannot participate in the main session of the NMT, an application for participation in the NMT during additional sessions should be submitted within three working days from the day of the test. Being late is not a good reason.
Participants who participated in the main NMT session but were unable to start or complete the test may also apply to participate in the NMT during additional sessions.
NMT is a multi-subject graduation test that graduates of Ukrainian schools must take.
It was introduced by the Ministry of Education and Culture in 2022, when, due to the full-scale war in Ukraine, students of graduating classes were not able to pass the external examinations according to the traditional system.
NMT contains questions on three subjects: two main ones (Ukrainian language and mathematics) and one optional.