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NMT 2023: where Ukrainian graduates can take the exam in Poland

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NMT 2023: where Ukrainian graduates can take the exam in Poland

Ukrainians who are currently abroad have the opportunity to take the National Multisubject Test (NMT), which is required for admission to higher education institutions. We will tell you where you can take the exam in Poland

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Today, thousands of students continue to be abroad, so the Ministry of Education and Science has set up National Multidisciplinary Test (NMT) centers in 28 countries around the world.


The procedure for testing graduates abroad is the same as in Ukraine. Ukrainian teachers will be working in the special centers to help with organizational issues.


This year, the approach has not changed, and applicants could choose a location abroad to take the test. Read more about where to take the entrance exams in Poland.


Where Ukrainians can take NMT in Poland: a list of cities


Temporary examination centers have been set up in Poland for Ukrainian applicants. Such institutions will operate in five Polish cities:


 Bydgoszcz;

 Warsaw

 Wroclaw;

 Krakow;

 Lublin.


It should be added that the Polish side is responsible for the technical and organizational support of the exams. However, Polish representatives do not participate in the preparation or review of the tests. The coordinators from Ukraine are responsible for this.


Please note that it is possible to take both the main and additional sessions in Poland.


Read more about the countries in which you can take the test and what you need to register in our article.




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What is the difference between NMT and External independent evaluation?


The National Multisubject Test has become a successful replacement for external independent testing. The main difference is the online format, as the test is taken on a computer. When applying to a higher education institution, test results are the main evaluation criterion.


This year, applicants will receive an improved version of the test. The NMT will consist of three blocks of tasks: two compulsory and one optional. The compulsory subjects are Ukrainian language and mathematics, and the third block can be chosen from the following disciplines: history of Ukraine, foreign language, biology, chemistry and physics.


Please note! When registering for the test, the graduate could choose a location for the test, including Poland. You could change the chosen city until May 7, 2023.


As a reminder, Ukrainians have the right to enter Polish universities. In particular, the government of the country met the applicants' needs and adopted amendments to the Special Law on Assistance to Ukrainians. Find out more about the rules for successful admission to Polish universities for Ukrainians.




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