For the first time in the last decade, the passing score for admission to higher educational institutions has decreased in Russia, writes RBC, citing data from the HSE monitoring conducted with the support of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation.
Average passing score The USE score for admission to budgetary education in full-time undergraduate and specialist programs in the country decreased by 0.5 points and amounted to 70.3 against 70.8.
The passing score for admission to the budget in the capital and the Moscow region has increased – from 80.3 to 80.7, as well as in St. Petersburg and the Leningrad region – from 79.5 to 80.2.
The authors of the study emphasized that the decrease in the passing score was due to & nbsp; a significant increase by the state the number of budget places, mostly & nbsp; in regional universities. Compared to 2020, the number of budget-funded places increased by 9% last year.
Earlier it was reported that the USE in mathematics, physics, biology, chemistry and geography could be transferred to computers in 2024-2025. & nbsp;
It also became known that Rosobrnadzor & nbsp; does not plan to simplify the & nbsp; USE in 2022 due to the coronavirus pandemic.