The school’s programmers have developed a special test system for taking state exams (Kyrgyz language and literature, Kyrgyz history, Kyrgyz geography) in online format.
Today, third-year students take the state exam through this program.
“Last year, due to a pandemic, the state exam for second-year students was canceled.
Students were able to apply anywhere using a smartphone and a computer with a front-facing camera. Most importantly, the exam was conducted openly, without the intervention of too many people and teachers. Students’ movements are monitored by the webcam of the smartphone or laptop they use, “said H.E Ruslan Arapbaev, Director of the Education and Information Department of Osh State University.
This test system saves time and makes government exams more transparent.
The test was prepared in Kyrgyz, Russian and English, and the questions and answers were read in three languages at the same time. The system automatically offers 20 question options out of 900 questions created for the test database for three subjects.