Joint response to COVID-19 –Unified National Examinations 2020 and Students’ Grant Competition successfully concluded

31.07.20 17:45

The Unified National Examinations and the Students’ Grant Competition in Georgia ended on July 25, 2020. Procedures for marking the exam scripts and establishing grades have started and the results will be announced gradually, reads the press release of the National Assessment and Examinations Center.


“Presumably, candidates will be able to see their exam scripts and check their results in the first half of August on the following official web addresses of the National Assessment and Examinations Center: and


Approximately 94% of the applicants took the Unified National Examinations, and more than 78% participated in the Students’ Grant Competition.


The Unified National Examinations 2020 simultaneously started on July 6 in the following examination centers: Batumi, Poti, Zugdidi, Ozurgeti, Kutaisi, Akhaltsikhe, Gori, Tbilisi, Rustavi, Telavi, and Khulo.


“Another important stage of the examination process is over. I thank each participant in this process – both the examination staff and the examiners – for following all the recommendations of the Ministry of Health of Georgia.


The results of the entrants will be published in the first half of August, and the results of the entrants will be published in the second half of August, ” –said Sophio Gorgodze, Director of National Assessment and Examinations Center.


The Teacher Certification Examinations for the beginning teachers started on July 22;started on July 22;


The Students’ Grant Competition took place on July 25 and the Master’s Graduate Entry Examinations will start on the 1st of August.


To make sure that the candidates are safe recommendations related to novel coronavirus including the desk barriers, fever screening, social distancing, etc. have been adopted. All the recommendations developed by the Ministry of Internally Displaced Persons from the Occupied Territories, Labour, Health and Social Affairs of Georgia are thoroughly followed by the National Assessment and Examinations Center”, reads the press release.


source: IPN

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