Unified State Exam
Unified State Exam (Единый государственный экзамен, ЕГЭ, Yediniy gosudarstvenniy ekzamen, EGE) is an exam in the Russian Federation that EVERY student must pass after graduation from school in order to enter a university or a professional college. Since 2009, EGE is the ONLY form of graduation examination in schools and the main form of preliminary examinations for universities.
All students must pass the EGE for mathematics and the Russian language and can take two additional subject exams in:
High school graduates are allowed to take EGE examinations only if they have no unsatisfactory final grades. The exams are free of charge and are offered in May and June. Registration is required before March 1st. Participants of National Russian or international Olympiads, sports competitions and those with special circumstances can take the Unified State Examination in April.
More information can be found (in Russian) on the official site of the EGE commission.
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