Georgia’s Minister of Education, Science, Culture and Sport Mikheil Chkhenkeli said that at this stage, the Ministry does not consider the change of format or date of national exams.
As Mikheil Chkhenkeli noted, within the framework of the educational project -Teleschool (Teleskola), the Entrant Hour has paramount importance as leading specialists advise the entrants on national exams.
“According to the decision of the Ministry, we have extended the registration deadline for the national exams, but this does not apply to the exam dates. At this stage, the issue of changing the format or dates of the national exams is not being considered,” Mikheil Chkhenkeli said.
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