Anastasia Rakova told how the new standard of preparation for the Unified State Exam affects admission to the “budget”

Anastasia Rakova told how the new standard of preparation for the Unified State Exam affects admission to the “budget”



Graduates of Moscow schools are almost three times more likely to enroll in state-funded places at leading universities. These statistics were provided by Anastasia Rakova, Deputy Mayor of Moscow for Social Development.

“Since last year, in Moscow schools, 11th graders have been preparing for the Unified State Exam through workshops in the subjects chosen for admission. The children study with experienced teachers in groups depending on their expectations for exam results,” said the vice-mayor.

She noted that the project has already shown good results. In some subjects, the number of 100-point students in Moscow has increased significantly. In addition, the number of graduates of the capital’s schools who entered state-funded places at the country’s leading universities has tripled.

Thus, at MIPT 34.8% of first-year Muscovites study on a budget, at Sechenov University - 38.1%, and at MIIT - 36.4%.

This result was achieved due to the fact that 11th graders were relieved of their workload and now they finish studying non-core disciplines in the first half of the school year. The second half of the year is reserved for workshops in exam subjects. Classes are taught by teachers whose graduates annually demonstrate high results on the Unified State Exam and also enter leading universities.

The results of the first year showed a decrease in the number of graduates with low scores. The number of 100-point students has increased: the share of such graduates with a maximum in physics has increased by 7 times, in biology by 5 times, and in Russian by 3 times.



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