More than half of them – more than 79,000 – will take the chemistry exam that day.
The chemistry exam consists of two parts. In the first part there are 28 tasks with a short answer, in the second – 6 tasks that need to be answered in detail. The exam lasts 3.5 hours (210 minutes). To help graduates: the periodic table, the table of solubility of salts, acids and bases in water, the electrochemical series of metal voltages. But you don’t need to take anything with you: all this is attached to the control measurement materials. But you can take a non-programmable calculator; you can also use it for calculations.
The minimum score in chemistry is 36.
More than 51,000 people plan to take the literature test.
The work consists of two parts: a total of 12 tasks. It takes 3 hours and 55 minutes (235 minutes) to complete. You can use a spelling dictionary.
The minimum score in literature is 32.
About 20 thousand participants – geography is the smallest not only of today’s exams, but in general. But by no means the easiest.
There are 31 tasks in the exam: 22 – with a short answer and 9 – with a detailed one. You have 3 hours (180 minutes) to complete. You can use a ruler, a protractor, and a nonprogrammable calculator.
The minimum score for the geography exam is 37.
All examinations will be carried out in accordance with the recommendations of Rospotrebnadzor, taking into account the state of the epidemiological situation in the regions. The order in and around the points will be monitored by the employees of the internal affairs bodies. Public observers and Rosobrnadzor employees will monitor the progress of the exam itself.
The participants of the chemistry, literature and geography exams will know the results no later than June 13.