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In Russia, they propose to abolish the exam for those who do not want to enter universities

In Russia, they propose to abolish the exam for those who do not want to enter universities
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Deputies of the Just Russia faction proposed replacing the Unified State Exam with state exams for school graduates who do not plan to enter universities. Their initiative is now under consideration by the State Duma of the Russian Federation.

According to TASS, according to the authors of the initiative, studying in high school now comes down to “dragging out” students to pass several exams. They propose to return to the tested form in the form of essays on the Russian language and literature and written work in mathematics.

The exam is considered necessary to leave, but only as one of the possible forms of entrance examinations to universities. Which of them is better to stop should be decided by the educational institutions themselves.
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