This follows from the order “On the approval of the unified schedule and duration of the Basic State Examination for each academic subject, the requirements for the use of teaching and upbringing means during its conduct in 2023.”
The order of the Ministry of Education and Rosobrnadzor was registered with the Ministry of Justice on Wednesday, December 14, and published on the official Internet portal of legal information. Traditionally, the Main State Examination is divided into three periods. The early period is scheduled from April 21 to May 16. The main period will run from May 24 to July 1. An additional period is provided from 4 to 23 September.
The schedule of the early period looks like this: April 21 – mathematics, April 24 – Russian language, April 27 – computer science, social science, chemistry, literature, May 3 – history, biology, physics, geography, foreign languages (English, French, German, Spanish ).
The first exam in the main period is scheduled for May 24. On this day, three OGEs will be held at once – in history, physics and biology. Two days – June 2 and 3 – are devoted to foreign languages. Further: June 6 – Russian language, June 9 – mathematics, June 14 – literature, physics, computer science, geography, June 17 – social science, biology, chemistry. Further, until July 1, reserve days are provided.
The document notes that the OGE in all subjects throughout the country begins at 10:00 local time. The duration of the exam in Russian language, mathematics and literature is 3 hours 55 minutes (235 minutes); in physics, social science, history, chemistry – 3 hours (180 minutes); in computer science, geography, biology – 2 hours 30 minutes (150 minutes); in foreign languages (except speaking) – 2 hours (120 minutes); in foreign languages, the section “Speaking” – 15 minutes.
The document also lists what you can take with you and use the student at the OGE. At the exam in the Russian language – a spelling dictionary; in mathematics – a ruler, a reference book; in physics – a ruler, a calculator, laboratory equipment; in chemistry – a calculator, a set of chemical reagents and laboratory equipment, a periodic table, etc.; in biology – a ruler and a calculator; in literature – a spelling dictionary, full texts of works of art, collections of lyrics; in geography – a ruler, a calculator, geographical atlases for grades 7 – 9.