The State Examination Centre (SEC) has appealed to bachelors who scored minimal requirement, but did not score minimum requirement for subjects on the outcome of the first stage of the Master's Admission Exam. Report informs citing the Center that those bachelors will be given the opportunity to take part in the second stage of the exam. SEC points out to those bachelors that in the second phase of the exam they will be able to choose the specialties with only paid basis at the time of the competition, even if they are paying for the state order and the minimal requirements for the two stages.
According to the report, 414 (collecting points from 30 to 66) bachelors scoring points in the 40-66 range (100 points maximum) could not collect the minimum score required for any subject even though the bachelor qualified for the minimum score for the first stage.
The report says that although 414 bachelors (1,058 bachelors who scored points in the 30-66 interval) managed to score the minimum requirement by the first stage in the 40-66 interval (maximum score that can be collected is 100 points), they could not collect the minimum score required for any subject of the exam: “Many of them have applied to the State Examination Center and asked to be admitted to Phase II."