Domestic medical students of the fourth year in specialties "Medicine" and "Pediatrics" today and tomorrow will pass the licensing exam "KROK-1. General Medical Training" and the English Language for Specific Purposes, which is the first stage of the Unified State Qualification Examination (USQE). Metaphorically speaking, this exam "caught up" with our fourth-year students, because they had to pass it at the end of last academic year, in the third year, but due to a pandemic, it was postponed.
"Students came to the exam from different regions," commented Associate Professor Volodymyr Kompaniets, the Dean of the Medical Faculty No. 1. "The university provided anti-epidemic measures in full: disinfected lecture halls were prepared, in each of the seven there were no more than forty-eight people in protective masks at a certain distance, all underwent temperature screening, everything was withing the requirements.
In total, more than 600 students will take the exam in two days, 328 of them have already taken it today. Students must answer 150 tests on the General Medical Training. Therefore, after an hour-long break, during which the audience is disinfected, and undergoes repeated temperature screening, they must answer 30 tests on the English Language."
The fourth-year students will have a short visit to the university, and immediately after the exam they will go home to continue their studies remotely.
22 September 2020