The entrance exam for military high schools will be held

The entrance exam for military high schools will be held

Today, the State Examination Center will hold an entrance exam for the military high schools of the Ministry of Defense of the Republic of Azerbaijan.

The center told “Report” that the exam will be held in 7 buildings in Baku and Nakhchivan.

1735 applicants (1345 in Baku, 390 in Nakhchivan) are expected to participate in the exam.

7 general exam supervisors, 19 exam supervisors, 157 supervisors-teachers and 14 graduation regime employees (security) were involved in the administration of the exam.

The exam starts at the same time in all buildings – at 10:00 a.m. and will last for 2 hours.

15 minutes before the start of the exam – at 09:45 the release mode ends. Participants arriving after that are not allowed to enter the exam building.

Applicants who have applied to participate in the exam can visit the website of the Ministry of Education and Culture “Exam admit card“. Along with the graduation certificate, they are also presented with an extract from the “Memory Booklet”. Here, applicants are given important recommendations regarding the examination process, the rules they must follow and other necessary information.

Applicants must bring the following documents with them to the exam:

  • the original of the identity document;
  • “Examination admit card”.

Note: Applicants who do not have a photo on their ID card, along with other documents, a reference issued by the educational institution with their photo attached (a 3×4 cm photo of the applicant is attached to the reference and the photo is confirmed with a stamp)

If one of the specified documents is missing or there is a discrepancy between the documents, the applicant will not be admitted to the exam.

An act will be drawn up on the applicants who are found with mobile phones, notes and other aids during the entrance to the exam building and they will not be allowed to enter the exam building.

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