In the spring of this year, Rosobrnadzor, in agreement with the Government of the Russian Federation, decided to postpone the all-Russian testing school work to the fall of 2022. This measure was taken to reduce the risk of the spread of COVID-19.
As it became known, Ulyanovsk schoolchildren began writing the VPR on September 19.
For example, all students in grades 5-9 are required to write VPR in the Russian language and mathematics. Also, fifth-graders need to cope with tasks on the world around them, sixth-graders – in biology and history, and students in 8th grade – in a foreign language.
Students in grades 7–9 will write CDs in two more subjects based on random selection: in grade 7 these can be works in history, biology, geography and social studies, in grade 8 physics is added to these subjects, and in grade 9 -x – chemistry.
As the regional Ministry of Education and Education told, schools can conduct VPR on any day from September 19 to October 24. Moreover, young Ulyanovsk residents will be able to perform the work in computer form. This opportunity will be provided to grades 6-9. The decision on which format to test students’ knowledge to use is up to the educational organization.
The time for writing test papers in the Russian language and mathematics in grades 6–9 and in chemistry in grade 9 generally lasts more than an hour, “exams” in other disciplines will take one lesson.
By the way, schools that have already conducted VPR will not write them again.