Return of the entrance examinations to higher educational institutions will not be accepted in society, rector of the Kyiv National Taras Shevchenko University Leonid Hubersky told a press briefing, commenting on the bill, which proposes to return to the practice of entrance exams, ForUm correspondent reports.

"I do not support this idea," he said, adding that there should be introduced the practice of interviewing applicants. "Perhaps we will come to that later as society is not ready for that yet," Hubersky said.

He added that the EIT system is not ideal, "as it does not fully reflect knowledge and skills of students".

According to him, guessing answers to questions is sometimes observed in this form of knowledge assessment. "Sometimes A level students get lower points than C students. There is also a psychological issue. There are imperfections in tests themselves," rector noted.

He mentioned that introduction of EIT in 2008 has been considered the best way to eradicate corruption in high schools.


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