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Open doors days are to be started at National Examination Center
16:52 12.06.2012
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From June13, 2012, National Examination Center will hold open doors days for all entrants, candidates of Master Degree and teachers taking certification exams.  They will be able to meet personally with the representatives of the center, heads of subject groups and experts and get the necessary information regarding the exams. 

Open doors days for entrants are scheduled on 11am, June 13-14; for candidates of Masters Degrees it will be held on 2pm, June 15; and Open doors day for teachers taking certification exams – on 4pm, June 15.

More than 35000 entrants have been registered for the National Unified Exams, 40000 teachers are registered to take certification exams and more than 7500 students are taking Master Degree exams.

The mentioned event will be organized at the office of National Examination Center.

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