Azerbaijan, Baku, July 22 / Trend T. Hajiyev /
The State Student Admission Commission announced a plan to choose specialties for 2010/2011 academic year in secondary vocational schools based on 11 year-education, the comission told Trend.
According to the information, entrants who participated in the entrance examinations 2010-2011 can participate while choosing specialties in secondary vocational schools on the basis of 11-year education.
The choice of specialties in secondary vocational schools is divided into three groups.
Applicants who scored at least 50 points in the third group of specialties, and whose relative score on a foreign language is not less than 5 points can participate in choosing specialties for foreign languages in the third group.
Applicants who pass the tests in the third group of specialties participate with the highest points scored in a subgroup.
The results brought by the applicants (according to their abilities and test exams) must coincide with the proposed terms of the competition to select specialties in secondary vocational schools requiring the exam for special abilities. Applicants who have fulfilled this condition, along with specialties that require special skills, have the opportunity to choose other specialties in the appropriate group.
The choice of specialties will be conducted via the Internet August 6-10. Entrants in the electronic statement, along with specialties in secondary vocational schools, can indicate the specialty and the remaining vacant places in universities.
Students while choosing specialties can select up to 15 codes of specialties and make them into the desired order in the "Electronic Visa Application Form" placed at the website www.tqdk.gov.az/ali2010/pageparol.aspx. The entrant must purchase a new paid card and use the code to confirm the statement.
Applicants who did not confirm their statements will not be permitted to the competition.
One can find the rules of admission, conditions of competition, the list of specialties and other important information in the fifth issue of the journal "Entrant".