Traditional final exams in Russian as a foreign language for high school students began at the representative office of Rossotrudnichestvo in the UK.
The exam consists of four parts. The first part is oral. Students prepare a presentation on selected topic for 2 minutes and then present the topic for 4 minutes. In the second part of the test, students answer general questions about the chosen topic.
Certified specialists from the Znaniye Education Centre, which has worked closely with the representative office of Rossotrudnichestvo in London for many years, administer the examinations. The tests will continue to take place until mid-May.
Znaniye Education Centre was awarded the highest award of the National Center for Learning Support (UK) twice, which indicates the high level of teaching at the school. The head of the Centre Aina Mamaeva was awarded a diploma for development and support of the Russian language abroad by the Minister of Foreign Affairs Sergey Lavrov.